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Saul Gomez of Sacramento and Katherine Toy of San Francisco will join Natural Resources Agency as Undersecretary and Deputy Secretary for Access, respectively. Gomez has worked as Deputy Executive Director at the California Public Utilities Commission between 2019 and 2021. He has also served as the Program Officer at the Resources Legacy Fund, Deputy Cabinet Secretary in the Office of Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr., Deputy Secretary for Energy and Special Assistant for Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Resources at the California Natural Resources Agency.
On the other hand, Toy has held various positions at the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, including Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Executive Vice President of Partnerships & Programs. She was also the Associate Director for Alumni Volunteer Engagement at the Stanford Alumni Association, Program Director at San Francisco School Volunteers, and Executive Director of the Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation.
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Julie Henderson is set to join the California Department of Pesticide Regulation as Director. Henderson had a brief stint with the California Department of Pesticide Regulation. Previously, she worked as Deputy Secretary for Public Policy at the California Environmental Protection Agency. In addition, she also served as the Senior Vice President of Public Affairs and Chief of Staff and Senior Policy Advisor of External Affairs at the University of California, Office of the President, from 2013 to 2017.
Stephanie Ogren is set to join the Office of Energy Infrastructure Safety at the California Natural Resources Agency. Before this, Ogren held multiple positions at the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services, including Assistant Chief Counsel, Acting Assistant Chief Counsel, Senior Counsel, and Staff Counsel.
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Melissa Semcer is the Deputy Director of the Office of Energy Infrastructure Safety at the California Natural Resources Agency. Semcer was earlier the Program Manager at the Office of Energy Infrastructure Safety. She has worked in several positions at the California Public Utilities Commission for fourteen years, including Program Manager, Administrative Law Judge, and Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst.
Bidtah Becker is set to become the new Deputy Secretary for Environmental Justice, Tribal Affairs, and Border Relations at the California Environmental Protection Agency. Becker was the Associate at the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority for two years and the Director at the Navajo Nation Division of Natural Resources for four years.
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