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August 17, 2011

E. William (Bill) Colglazier, recently retired executive officer of the National Academy of Sciences and the National Research Council, has been selected the Science and Technology Advisor to Secretary of State Hilary Clinton.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott named Doug Darling to head up the newly formed Department of Economic Opportunity. He also named Cynthia, Lorenzo, who had been interim director, to head up the Agency for Workforce Innovation.

Steve Jenkins has left his position as senior vice president for economic development at Go Topeka.

Denyse Ferguson has been named vice president of economic development at the Cincinnati USA Partnership, the chamber's economic development arm. Ferguson previously served as the president and CEO of the Lansing Area Economic Partnership, Inc. (Leap, Inc.) in Michigan.

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