Governor-elect Bill Lee has now announced a full cabinet ahead of his inauguration.

There will be many new faces at the Tennessee State Capitol with some returning to their positions.

New appointments: 

  • Dr. Lisa Piercey, from Gibson County, was named to the Department of Health. 
  • Brad Turner, from Rutherford County, was named to the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. 
  • Christi Branscom, from Knox County, was name to the Department of General Services. 
  • Clay Bright, from Davidson County, was named to the Department of Transportation.
  • David Salyers, from Madison County, was named to the Department of Environment and Conservation.
  • Juan Williams, from Davidson County, was named to the Department of Human Resources. 
  • Jennifer Nichols, from Shelby County, was named to the Department of Children's Services.
  • Bob Rolfe, from Davidson County, was named to the Department of Economic and Community Development.
  • Dr. Jeff McCord, from Sullivan County, was named to the Department of Labor & Workforce Development.
  • Gabe Roberts, from Davidson County, was named to the Division of TennCare.
  • Major General Jeff Holmes, from Carroll County, was named to the Department of Military. 
  • Ret. Lt. Col. Courtney Rogers, from Sumner County, was named to the Department of Veterans Services.
  • Jeff Long, from Williamson County, was named to the Department of Safety and Homeland Security. 
  • Mark Ezell, from Davidson County, was named to the Department of Tourist Development.
  • Dr. Charlie Hatcher, from Williamson County, was named to the Department of Agriculture.
  • Stuart McWhorter, from Davidson County, was named to the Department of Finance and Administration. 
  • Penny Schwinn, from Texas, was named to the Department of Education.

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Returning members:

  • Tony Parker will remain with the Department of Corrections. 
  • David Gerregano will remain with the Department of Revenue.
  • Julie McPeak will remain with the Department of Commerce and Insurance.
  • Greg Gonzales will remain with the Department of Financial Institutions.
  • Danielle Barnes will remain with the Department of Human Services.
  • Marie Williams will remain with the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.

Lee will be inaugurated on Saturday, Jan. 19 in Nashville. 

More information can be found at transition.billlee.com.