OLYMPIA, Wash. - Gov. Jay Inslee has announced three appointments to lead Washington state's Military Department, Department of Commerce and Health Care Authority.
Brigadier General Bret D. Daugherty was reappointed Tuesday to his position as Adjutant General of the state's Military Department. Daugherty serves as commander of Washington's Army and National Guard forces and oversees the state's Emergency Management and enhanced 911 programs.
Brian Bonlender, who had served as Inslee's chief of staff and legislative director while Inslee was in Congress, was named as director of the Department of Commerce.
Inslee named Dorothy Frost Teeter as director of the Health Care Authority, overseeing health care services for state employees and low-income residents. Teeter, who is a senior adviser at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation in Maryland, will start in March.
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