ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Gov. Larry Hogan has named a new chief of staff.
The Hogan administration announced Wednesday that Matthew Clark, who worked as the governor’s communications director from January 2015 to July 2016, is returning to the statehouse from the private sector.READ MORE: Rich Strike Skipping Preakness Reignites Debate On Spacing Out Triple Crown Races
He will replace Sam Malhotra, who is going back to the private sector. Malhotra will continue to serve as a senior adviser to the governor on technology and innovation issues.
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Before his first job with the administration, Clark worked as managing director with FTI Consulting, a business advisory and strategy consulting firm based in Washington. He returned to that job when he left the administration last year.Colin Kaepernick, David E. Talbert And David Burton To Receive Honorary Degrees From Morgan State
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