Wolf Administration Cabinet Members Host Community Event in Tunkhannock

first_imgWolf Administration Cabinet Members Host Community Event in Tunkhannock Press Release Tunkhannock, PA – Today, Wolf Administration cabinet officials were joined by more than 100 community members for a Cabinet in Your Community event at the Dietrich Theater in Tunkhannock. This series of events gives community members the opportunity to talk with cabinet secretaries and discuss issues important to the region.“It is of utmost importance to ensure that constituents across the commonwealth have access to their government officials,” said Governor Tom Wolf. “By hosting these events, my administration can better serve Pennsylvanians by having valuable dialogue and giving community members an opportunity to feel connected to Harrisburg regardless of where they live.”This event featured Department of Aging Secretary Teresa Osborne, Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin, Department of Human Services Secretary Teresa Miller, Acting State Police Commissioner Lt. Col. Evanchick, and Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency Director Rick Flinn. The department heads answered questions from the audience and provided information on ongoing and upcoming state projects in the region.The next Cabinet in Your Community event is currently scheduled for next Thursday, April 26, in the McFarland Student Union Building at Kutztown University. This event will be hosted by the cabinet secretaries of the departments of Community and Economic Development, Aging, Health, and Transportation. April 16, 2018center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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UK Pensions Regulator makes chief executive appointment

first_imgThe UK Pensions Regulator (TPR) has unveiled Lesley Titcomb as its new chief executive after a nearly two-year search.Titcomb joins from financial services regulator the Financial Conduct Authority, where she is currently COO.She is expected to take up her new role as head of TPR in March 2015, with current interim chief executive, Stephen Soper, stepping down.Soper was appointed interim after former chief Bill Galvin’s departure and will move back to his role as executive director for defined benefit (DB) regulation. Galvin announced he was leaving TPR in March 2013 to become the chief executive of the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS), one of the UK’s largest schemes, with £42bn (€52.5bn) in assets.Titcomb, also an FCA board member, has been COO since April 2013 after joining the organisation’s predecessor in 1994.Titcomb said: “With so much fundamental change, it is important that the industry is overseen by a strong, independent pensions regulator, focused on the issues within the sector, that is respected for its technical expertise and authoritative voice.“I relish the opportunity of working with the regulator’s high-quality team and with other industry stakeholders.”Soper will lead the organisation until Titcomb joins in March next year.last_img read more

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