Lincoln Parish residents reappointed to Louisiana Cybersecurity Commission

Gov. John Bel Edwards reappointed several Lincoln Parish residents to the Louisiana Cybersecurity Commission.

Leslie K. “Les” Guice Ph.D., P.E. of Ruston is the president of Louisiana Tech University.

Brahmananda Y. Reddy Ph.D. of Ruston is a professor of computer science at Grambling State University.

William E. Bradley III of Choudrant is the senior vice president of Cyber Engineering and Technology Services at CenturyLink.

Louisiana Cybersecurity Commission

The Louisiana Cybersecurity Commission’s mission is to advance the State’s cyber ecosystem and position Louisiana as a national leader and preferred location for cyber business, education and research. The 15 member Commission is to identify, prioritize, and mitigate Louisiana’s cyber risk, promote cybersecurity awareness and promoting action including legislative, administrative and regulatory for the security of all Louisiana’s cyber ecosystem and ultimately the enhancement of cybersecurity in Louisiana.

Other commission members include:

Sarah O. Allen of Baton Rouge has been reappointed to the Louisiana Cybersecurity Commission. Allen is the director of government affairs for Cox Communications.

R. Kyle Ardoin of Baton Rouge has been reappointed to the Louisiana Cybersecurity Commission. Ardoin is the Louisiana Secretary of State.

Col. Lamar Davis of Port Allen has been appointed to the Louisiana Cybersecurity Commission. Col. Davis is the Louisiana State Police Superintendent.

Richard “Dickie” Howze of Baton Rouge has been reappointed to the Louisiana Cybersecurity Commission. Howze is the chief administration officer for the Division of Administration.

Ramesh Kolluru Ph.D. of Lafayette has been reappointed to the Louisiana Cybersecurity Commission. Kolluru is the vice president for research, innovation, and economic development for the University of Louisiana Lafayette.

Jeffrey B. Landry of Baton Rouge has been appointed to the Louisiana Cybersecurity Commission. Landry is the vice president of political affairs for the Louisiana Chemical Association.

Jeffrey A. Moulton of Baton Rouge has been reappointed to the Louisiana Cybersecurity Commission. Moulton is the president of Stephenson Technologies Corporation.

Don Pierson Jr. of Baton Rouge has been appointed to the Louisiana Cybersecurity Commission. Pierson is the Louisiana Economic Development Secretary.

Craig C. Spohn of Benton has been reappointed to the Louisiana Cybersecurity Council. Spohn is the executive director of the Cyber Innovation Center and will serve as chairman.

Brig. Gen. Keith Waddell of Lake Charles has been reappointed to the Louisiana Cybersecurity Commission. Brig. Gen. Waddell is the Adjutant General of Louisiana.

Col. James B. Waskom of Abbeville has been reappointed to the Louisiana Cybersecurity Commission. Col. Waskom is the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Director.

Sonya T. Wiley-Gremillion of Pineville has been reappointed to the Louisiana Cybersecurity Commission. Wiley-Gremillion is the executive director at Rapides Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness.

Laura E. Wilt of New Orleans has been reappointed to the Louisiana Cybersecurity Commission. Wilt is the chief information officer at Ochsner.


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