WASHINGTON, July 21, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights announces the appointment of members to the following State Advisory Committees.
Connecticut: Mr. David J. McGuire, Chair, Resident of Hartford
Members: Mr. Kashif Abdul-Karim, Hamden; Mr. Alok S. Bhatt, South Windsor; Ms. Christine W. Corgel, Westport; Mr. Avery J. Gaddis, Waterbury; Mr. Doug M. Glanville, Hartford; Mr. John W. Herrington, South Windsor; Ms. Meghann E. LaFountain, Middletown; Ms. Leslie A. Navarrete, Ansonia; Ms. Melanie S. Rausch, Bethany; Ms. Stephanie L. Storms, Stratford; Mr. John M. Tanski, Glastonbury; Ms. Susan D. Toliver, Stamford; Mr. Michael D. Werner, East Haddam; Ms. Olivia S. White, Essex.
Delaware: Ms. Lisa B. Goodman, Chair, Resident of Wilmington
Members: Mr. Bradley L. Baldia, Wilmington; Mr. Santino Cecotti, Wilmington; Ms. Alicia Clark, Hockessin; Mr. Carlos J. Cotto, Wilmington; Ms. Lydia S. Cox, Wilmington; Ms. Susan M. Dixon, Wilmington; Mr. Patrick C. Donahue, Smyrna; Ms. Patricia S. Downing, Wilmington; Mr. Michael D. Fleming, Wilmington; Ms. Shannon B. Griffin, Townsend; Mr. Aaron C. Kupchik, Hockessin; Ms. Enid D. Wallace-Simms,Wilmington; Mr. Leland B. Ware, Newark.
New York: Ms. Alexandra D. Korry, Chair, Resident of New York City
Members: Ms. Iris Y. Chen, New York City; Mr. Roy C. Cosme, New York City; Ms. Sandra L. Dunn, Hampton Bays; Ms. Bryanne A. Hamill, New York City; Mr. Roderick M. Hills, New York City; Mr. Julian G. Ku, Huntington Bay; Ms. Gertrud Lenzer, New York City; Ms. Vivian S. Louie, New York City; Mr. Robert L. Paquette, Clinton; Mr. Johnny Perez, New York City; Mr. Steven B. Raga, New York City; Mr. Kevin Thomas, New York City; Mr. Alex S. Vitale, New York City; Mr. Tom R. Wahl, Rochester; Mr. Earl S. Ward, New York City; Mr. Peter W. Wood, New York City.
Vermont: The Hon. Diane B. Snelling, Chair, Resident of Hinesburg
Members: Mr. John H. Bloomer, Rutland; Prof. Luther M. Brown, Rutland; Ms. Natasha V. Chang, Addison; Ms. Rosario M. de Swanson, Marlboro; Ms. Ellen Mercer Fallon, Middlebury; Ms. Wanda Heading-Grant, Colchester; Ms. Leslie Ann Holman, Burlington; Ms. Cassandra C. LaRae-Perez, Montpelier; Mr. Thomas A. Little, Shelburne; Ms. Phayvanh Luekhamhan, Montpelier; Mr. Terrance D. Martin, Brattleboro; Mr. Tuipate F. Mubiay, Essex Junction; Mr. Curtiss Reed, Jr., Brattleboro; Mr. Eric D. Sakai, Randolph; Ms. Rubi O. Simon, Burlington.
State Advisory Committees produce reports and recommendations concerning statewide or local civil rights issues, including justice, voting, discrimination, housing and education. Congress mandates the appointment of members to state advisory committees in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Appointees to State Advisory Committees serve four-year terms and are unremunerated.
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is an independent, bipartisan agency charged with advising the President and Congress on civil rights matters and issuing a federal civil rights enforcement report. Please visit http://www.usccr.gov and https://twitter.com/usccrgov.
Media contact: Ivy L. Davis
Director, Eastern Regional Office
SOURCE U.S. Commission on Civil Rights