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Knights in the News | January 2020

Knight Named Interim Fire Chief in Georgia

Tim Connell has begun his new role as interim fire chief for the Thomasville Fire Department. Connell joined the department in 2000 as a firefighter and has served in various roles, currently as the department’s training officer. He received his A.A.S. in Fire Science and B.S. in fire administration from CSU.

Knight Named Police Chief in Georgia

James Conroy is the latest police chief in Roswell, Georgia. He previously served as chief of police for the DeKalb County Police Department, where he worked for 28 years. Conroy received his B.S. in criminal justice administration from CSU.

Knight Accepts Fire Deputy Position in California

Nathan Cooke will begin his new role as deputy fire chief for the Chino Valley Fire District. He previously served as fire chief at the city of Redlands. He received a bachelor’s degree in fire science and master’s degree in public administration from CSU.

Knight Begins Role for Maryland’s Developmental Disabilities Administration

Joy Martin has begun her new role as the Central Maryland regional office director for the Department of Health’ Developmental Disabilities Administration. The office serves 10,500 individuals, providing home and community-based services and support. Martin received her MBA from CSU.

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