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Dunn, McNeil Confirmed For Cabinet Posts

Cindy Adams Dunn, Reggie McNeil

“Number nine, number nine, number nine, number nine …”

Yes, it’s the lyrics from Revolution 9 by The Beatles but it is also the number of Gov. Josh Shapiro’s cabinet appointments now confirmed by the Pennsylvania Senate.

Cindy Adams Dunn and Reggie McNeil were confirmed today as Secretaries of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) and Department of General Services, respectively.

Dunn was confirmed by a 49-1 vote. She has served as the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources since 2015. During her tenure, Dunn has helped position Pennsylvania as a leader in land conservation, outdoor recreation, green practices, and public land management.

McNeil was unanimously confirmed by the Senate to serve as Pennsylvania’s 11th Secretary of the Department of General Services (DGS). With 27 years of service to our nation and public schools, McNeil joins the Commonwealth after a 22-year career as a naval officer in the United States Civil Engineer Corps. Secretary McNeil most recently served as the Chief Operating Officer of The School District of Philadelphia – the eighth-largest school district in the nation.

Cabinet Members Confirmed (9)

  • Michelle Henry, Attorney General
  • Christopher Paris, State Police Commissioner
  • Mark J. Schindler, Adjutant General
  • Jason P. Kavulich, Secretary of the Department of Aging
  • Frederick C. “Rick” Siger, Secretary of Community & Economic Development
  • Michael B. Carroll, Secretary of Transportation
  • Russell Redding, Secretary of Agriculture
  • Cindy Adams Dunn, Secretary of Conservation of Natural Resources
  • Reggie McNeil, Secretary of General Services

 

 





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