“Hampton Roads is a critically important region of Virginia. Feedback from its business community is a necessary component to building our new Virginia economy,” said Governor Terry McAuliffe in regards to his upcoming Governor and His Cabinet On the Road event scheduled for April 13th at noon at the Chesapeake Conference Center.
The Hampton Roads Chamber is proud to have been asked by Governor McAuliffe to host this prestigious event where the Governor will give an address discussing his priorities for the next nine months, while each cabinet member hosts individual tables of Hampton Roads Business leaders from their industry. This is a unique opportunity to interact with members of the cabinet who are working on issues that relate directly to the day-to-day lives of our local professionals.
“We’re thrilled to partner with the Hampton Roads Chamber in this event to engage the local business community. We’ll be talking to these key stakeholders in the region to listen, hear feedback, and identify new opportunities to grow our economy,' said Governor McAuliffe. The Governor and his cabinet members will be are taking this opportunity to truly engage with the community and gather information that will help shape the future of Virginia and Governor McAuliffe's legacy. Don’t miss this opportunity to talk with the Governor and his cabinet.
A full list of cabinet attendees is included below:
Paul Reagan, Chief of Staff
Suzette Denslow, Deputy Chief of Staff
Carlos Hopkin, Counsel to the Governor
Nancy Rodrigues, Secretary of Administration
Todd Haymore, Secretary of Commerce and Trade
Basil I. Gooden, Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry
Ric Brown, Secretary of Finance
Brian Moran, Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security
John Harvey, Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs
Aubrey L. Layne, Jr., Secretary of Transportation
Karen Jackson, Secretary of Technology
William A. Hazel, Jr., Secretary of Health and Human Services
Molly Joseph Ward, Secretary of Natural Resources
Dietra Trent, Secretary of Education
Kelly Thomasson, Secretary of the Commonwealth