2 appointed to Georgia workforce investment board
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February 11, 2013 03:15 PM | 491 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Gov. Nathan Deal returns to his office after presenting his budget plan to the House Appropriations Committee, Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013, in Atlanta. Gov. Deal told Georgia lawmakers his legislative agenda will be less elaborate because a still-weak economy is curtailing state spending. The Republican governor presented his changes to the state's current budget and a $40.8 billion spending plan for the coming fiscal year. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
Gov. Nathan Deal returns to his office after presenting his budget plan to the House Appropriations Committee, Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013, in Atlanta. Gov. Deal told Georgia lawmakers his legislative agenda will be less elaborate because a still-weak economy is curtailing state spending. The Republican governor presented his changes to the state's current budget and a $40.8 billion spending plan for the coming fiscal year. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
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ATLANTA (AP) — Governor Nathan Deal has appointed two business executives to serve as chairman and vice chairman of the State Workforce Investment Board.

Wendell Dallas, vice president of operations at Atlanta Gas Light and Chattanooga gas has been tapped to chair the board, which oversees state workforce development initiatives.

Dallas, of Snellville, is chairman of the board at Gwinnett Technical College and serves on the Georgia Chamber of Commerce.

Doug Duncan, vice president at Management, Analysis and Utilization, Inc. in Augusta has been chosen to serve as vice chair.

Duncan, of Augusta, works with the Development Authority of Columbia County, the planning and development committee at Georgia Regents University and the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce.

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