Governor Wolf Announces Personnel Change

first_imgGovernor Wolf Announces Personnel Change SHARE Email Facebook Twitter January 31, 2017center_img Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Wolf announced that Mary Isenhour will step down as Chief of Staff to take an external role with the governor. Mike Brunelle, the governor’s Executive Deputy Chief of Staff, will assume the role of Chief of Staff.“Mary has been with me since the beginning, and I am tremendously grateful to her for her service and loyalty,” said Governor Wolf. “Mary’s dedication to the people of Pennsylvania and to the governor’s office are unmatched.”“Mike brings a diverse array of experience, and he knows state government inside and out,” he continued. “I am confident that Mike will ensure there is a seamless transition.”Mike Brunelle most recently served as Executive Deputy Chief of Staff after joining the administration as a Special Assistant.Previous to joining the Wolf Administration, Mike Brunelle spent two years as the National Campaigns Director for the Service Employees International Union, where he led the organization’s programs in 26 states, and was the Executive Director of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Pennsylvania State Council.Before coming to Pennsylvania, Mike spent 8 years working on various candidate and issue-based campaigns in the Northeast, including the elections of Governor John H Lynch. He served as the Executive Director of the New Hampshire Democratic Party, was a state representative in the New Hampshire General Court, and also served as the Democratic Whip.Mike holds a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of New Hampshire. He lives in Lemoyne with his wife Erika, and their daughter, Ava.Mike Brunelle assumed duties as executive deputy chief of staff in Pennsylvania on January 11, 2016.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolflast_img read more

Betting cryptocurrency records huge presale success

first_img Winning Post: UK racing must put its best foot forward … July 20, 2020 StumbleUpon ESI Digital – No Drama Please… Esports growth should be treated as business as usual  August 20, 2020 The eGold project dedicated to the global esports betting sector has successfully reached its presale hard cap of 500 eth giving a 20% bonus to the ICO members. The first stage of the ICO campaign collected around $500,000.444,444 EGL (10% of the total amount of tokens for sale) were distributed at this stage following the company’s roadmap and vision to provide various incentives to its community. Mario Ovcharov, CCO at eGold commented: “The presale was planned to end on 8 February but we reached our hard cap so fast on the first day, which made us really excited and proud of our project and our community of supporters. We would like to thank all who took part in our project now. This is a solid proof of the huge potential that eGold holds for the industry and its members. We can’t wait to start the eGold sale which promises to achieve even better results.”Following the success of the presale, all interested in cryptocurrencies and esports can join again on 18 February, 2018 when the sale of eGold will start.  All participants can buy eGold tokens and be part of the ever-growing community of the project. Various bonuses will be available for the community during the first day and week of the sale. The eGold ICO aims to reach its hard cap of 5000 eth (around $6 mln according to the current Ethereum price) needed for the further development of the project’s milestones. Ovcharov added: “eGold token will also be traded on major crypto exchanges soon. We are proud to present our own esports betting cryptocurrency that aims to become the first-choice payment method for the esports punters and crypto fans worldwide.”The successful presale proceeded UltraPlay embarking on new appointments at the top of the company, including the appointment of a new Chief Executive Officer, a decision that was taken by the Management board jointly with Dariy Margaritov, who has successfully led the company since its foundation in 2010 as a founder and CEO. Margaritov steps down of the CEO position and will continue to provide his profound knowledge and expertise in the gambling and crypto industry as an adviser to the company.Margaritov, Founder of UltraPlay said: “Ovcharov is a perfect example of a top manager who has successfully made his career within the company. He brings an incredibly deep understanding of our business, proven track record and strategic approach that will certainly lead UltraPlay to the next successful milestones.”Ovcharov added: “As part of UltraPlay’s family, I have been deeply involved in most of the company’s projects and developments that are described in the industry as innovations and avant-garde solutions. UltraPlay has a deserved reputation as a leading eSports betting solutions provider and I am determined to continue the company’s growth and establish its leading positions on the core and emerging iGaming and crypto markets worldwide.”Along with Ovcharov’s appointment as CEO, Peter Ivanov will broaden his capacities as Head of trading. In his new role, he will deal with sports and eSports betting managing the in-house team of traders and following the company’s mission to offer highest quality products, widest games coverage, and unrivaled betting data to the iGaming operators. The company has recently announced its plans to further expand its sports betting portfolio, developing new betting functionalities as well as US sports dedicated branch for all sportsbooks ready to step up on to the next level.Peter Ivanov stated: “We are in an excellent position to capitalize our growth, leadership and serve as integrity partner to the sports betting industry. We are going to do so for sure in the upcoming months by our continuous innovation and passion for delivering superb betting options.” Share Share BetInvest: The benefits of separating esports betting markets August 7, 2020 Related Articles Submitlast_img read more