Posts Tagged ‘Mississippi Secretary of State’

Baker rejoins agency

by MBJ Staff Published: December 7,2012

Tags: Cheryn Baker, Mississippi Secretary of State, University of Mississippi

Cheryn Baker has rejoined the Mississippi Secretary of State’s Office as assistant secretary of state of the Securities Division. Prior to her return, she acted as corporate counsel to Hancock Bank in Gulfport. She previously served as assistant secretary of state of the Policy and Research Division. A Lexington native, Baker graduated magna cum laude […] [...]

MASBO recognizes Halliwell

Sandy Halliwell, the Clinton Public School District’s finance director, is the Mississippi Association of School Business Officials – 2012 Outstanding Business Officer. She was notified of the award in a surprise presentation at the MASBO conference in Jackson. The district has gotten a clean audit report every year since Halliwell began serving as finance director […] [...]

Morgan Keegan hearing reset for early 2011

by Ted Carter Published: October 5,2010

Tags: banking, finance, fraud, Mississippi Secretary of State, morgan keegan, sub-prime investments

The Mississippi Secretary of State’s office agreed to postpone a hearing that was set for today regarding claims that Morgan Keegan & Co. misled Mississippi investors, causing them to lose $2 billion. The hearing will likely be rescheduled for January or February, an official has said. Postponement of the hearing that was set for this […] [...]

Keeping Our Eye On: Pamela Weaver

Age: 28 Hometown: Ocean Springs Education: University of Southern Mississippi, BA in radio, television, and film, BS in political science Current Position: Communications director, Office of the Mississippi Secretary of State “I’ve had the unique opportunity to travel around the world,” Weaver says. “My family finally settled on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and I consider […] [...]

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