JACKSON, Mississippi — Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann has hired Desoto County native Doug Davis to serve as Chief of Staff for the Agency.
“Doug has a long served the citizens of the State of Mississippi,” says Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann. “No doubt his legislative experience, extensive background in policy, and commitment to our State will be an asset to our Agency.”
Davis represented Desoto County in the Mississippi Senate for seven (7) years, where he served as Chairman for both the Senate Appropriations Committee and the Universities and Colleges Committee. After his tenure in the Senate, the Honorable Governor Phil Bryant asked Davis to serve as Chairman of the Parole Board.
“Serving as Chief of Staff to such an important Office in the State allows me to continue my work on behalf of the citizens of Mississippi,” says Davis. “I have a tremendous respect for the great work of the Agency, and I look forward to working with Secretary Hosemann for the benefit of all Mississippians.”
As Chief of Staff, Davis will assist the Secretary of State with leading day-to-day operations of the Office. Other job responsibilities include: managing all locations and offices of the Agency, working closely with the preparation and implementation of the Secretary of State budget, and assisting in the formulation and implementation of Secretary of State policy.
Mr. Davis holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Mississippi College.
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