Porter reappointed to rehabilitation services

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced the reappointment of his 11th commissioner Thursday, saying Amy Porter will return for a second term as commissioner of rehabilitation services.

Porter was named two years ago to lead an agency created by merging programs formerly based in the Department of Social Services: the Bureau of Rehabilitation Services, the Board of Education and Services for the Blind, the Commission on the Deaf and Hearing Impaired, the Workers’ Rehabilitation Program, and the Driver Training Program for People with Disabilities.

The Malloy 2.0 Scorecard
Addition, Subtraction and Movement in the Second Term
Job Name Staying Departing Unknown
Chief of staff Mark Ojakian *
OPM Ben Barnes *
Counsel Luke Bronin *
Communication Director Andrew Doba *
Administrative Services Donald DeFronzo *
Aging Margaret Gerundo-Murkette Interim
Agriculture Steven Reviczy  *
Banking Howard F. Pitkin *
Children & Families Joette Katz *
Consumer Protection William M. Rubenstein *
Correction Scott Semple Interim *
Developmental Services Terrence W. Macy *
Economic Development Catherine H. Smith *
Education Stefan Pryor *
Emergency Services Dora B. Schriro *
Housing Evonne Klein  *
Military Thaddeus J. Martin *
Energy & Environment Robert J. Klee *
Insurance Thomas Leonardi *
Labor Sharon M. Palmer *
Mental Health & Addiction Patricia Rehmer  *
Motor Vehicles Melody Currey Moving
Public Health Jewel Mullen *
Rehabilitation Services Amy Porter  *
Revenue Services Kevin Sullivan *
Social Services Roderick L. Bremby *
Transportation James P. Redeker *
Veterans’ Affairs Joseph Perkins  Interim
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Mark, a winner of numerous journalist awards, is the former state politics writer for The Hartford Courant and a former contributing writer for The New York Times. In more than 30 years as a reporter, he has covered some of the most compelling stories in the state, including the impeachment inquiry and resignation of Gov. John G. Rowland in 2004 and the nationally watched Senate race won by Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman as an independent in 2006. Mark is a graduate of Boston University. E-mail him at mpazniokas@ctmirror.org.

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