LSCU board chair tapped for Task Force on re-opening Alabama

LSCU Chairman of the Board Tina Williams now sits on a task force of business and community leaders from Southwest Alabama responsible for making recommendations to state leaders on how local economies can reopen

The task force was created at the request of Gov. Kay Ivey and established by Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-Ala.) The group met virtually for the first time on April 16 and will be working over the next week to prepare recommendations for the governor.

The task force includes a range of important regional, economic and demographic perspectives who will examine the best way to reopen Alabama’s economy. Its members represent all six counties in the First Congressional District with a wide range of business and other perspectives.

Byrne announced the task force in a video message.

Tina joins other community leaders, including:

Abe Harper, Harper Technologies

Art Sessions, Mobile County Farmer

Beth Whitehead, Health Actions

Bill Sisson, Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce

Billie Jo Underwood, Baldwin County Commission

Bob Jones, United Bank

Bob Omanisky, Wintzell’s

Chris Bell, Three Circles Church

Chris Nelson, Bon Secour Fisheries

Chuck Schmitt, SSAB

Corrine Mutchler, Think Outside

David Clarke, Visit Mobile

Dan McConaghy, McConaghy Drug Stores

Garrett Rice, Master Boat Builders

Gene Brett, Brett/Robinson

Herb Malone, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Tourism

Jackie Greer, Greer’s Markets

Jacquitta Powell-Green – Commonwealth National Bank

Jill Stork, Alabama Power

John McInnis, McInnis Industries

Lee Lawson, Baldwin County Economic Development Alliance

Nick Lawkis, University of South Alabama

Penelope Hines, Monroeville/Monroe County Chamber of Commerce

Reggie Washington, Southern National

Robert Kennedy Jr., Business Consultant

Tom Vecchiolla, VT Aerospace

Tyrone Fenderson, Synovus Bank

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