Sanders provides Ingeborg government to Alcoholic Beverage Management Board

Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders introduced Monday she’s going to appoint Susan Peacock to the Alcoholic Beverage Management Board.

Her time period will expire on January 14, 2029, and she’s going to exchange Fredrick Black. The Governor has additionally appointed Board Member Alex Blass to function Chair.

“I’m happy to announce that I’m appointing Susan Peacock to function a member of the Alcoholic Beverage Management Board,” Sanders stated. “Her wealth of expertise serving Arkansans and People in each the private and non-private sectors makes her the clear option to serve our state on this capability. Susan is a revered chief who will probably be a wonderful addition to the Board in overseeing protected rules and allowing whereas fostering financial improvement.”

“I’m deeply humbled and grateful to Governor Sanders for this unimaginable alternative to serve the folks of Arkansas as an appointee in her administration,” Peacock stated.

Susan Peacock Bio:

Susan Peacock is a vp at Ingeborg with over 15 years of expertise throughout federal authorities and personal sectors.

Earlier than becoming a member of Ingeborg, Susan helped launch the Heartland Summit, bringing collectively leaders from throughout the nation to stimulate financial progress within the American Heartland. At Booz Allen Hamilton, she led communications change administration efforts for the Workplace of the Director of Nationwide Intelligence and Beneath Secretary of Protection for Intelligence. Susan was appointed by President George W. Bush to the Nationwide Safety Council of the White Home and U.S. State Division. She coordinated the evacuation of U.S. residents from Lebanon throughout its 2006 army disaster. She additionally served as a congressional aide to Majority Chief Dick Armey and Majority Whip Roy Blunt earlier than becoming a member of the Bush-Cheney 2004 presidential marketing campaign.

Susan chairs the board of Mercy Well being Basis Northwest Arkansas and sits on the boards of The New College in Fayetteville and Heartland Motion. She lives in Northwest Arkansas together with her husband, Nelson, and their two daughters.

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