Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Appoints Randa Fahmy, Esq. to the Governor’s Commission Middle Eastern American Affairs
(Montgomery County, Maryland 5/10/16) Today, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, Jr. named Randa Fahmy, Esq. as a member of the Governor’s Commission on Middle Eastern American Affairs for a term of four years. Ms. Fahmy has more than 25 years of legal and public policy experience in the federal and state government, including the executive and legislative branches of the United States Government, and as the former Chair of the Maryland Commission for Women.
In appointing Ms. Fahmy, Governor Hogan stated: “Having great confidence in your dedication to public service, it is my pleasure to appoint you a member of the Governor’s Commission on Middle Eastern American Affairs for a term of four years. Thank you for making this strong personal and professional commitment to serve the best interests of our citizens. I know we will succeed in our goal to make a positive difference for all Marylanders, especially with your assistance and support.”
Ms. Fahmy noted: “I am honored to serve Governor Hogan and the Great State of Maryland to advance the economic, workforce and business development issues pertaining to our diverse population.”
The Governor’s Commission on Middle Eastern American Affairs serves as an advisory board to the Governor and agencies within the Executive Department on matters relating to the Middle Eastern American population of Maryland, including matters relating to economic, workforce and business development. For more information, please see http://middleeastern.maryland.gov.