This week, Governor John Bel Edwards announced his appointments to several Louisiana boards and commissions. On the list is one individual from Mansfield.
The Louisiana Executive Board on Aging (LEBA) is run from the Governor’s Office of Elderly Affairs. Its role is to advise, report and recommend on matters of relevance to the elderly of Louisiana. The LEBA board member appointments and duties are outlined in the GOEA Policy and Procedures Manual in subchapter A, §1103.
Worlita L. Jackson of Mansfield has been reappointed to the Louisiana Executive Board on Aging. Williams is a licensed clinical social worker for the DeSoto Parish School Board. She will represent the 5th Public Service Commission District.
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