Gov. Eric R. Greitens made the following appointments today.
Missouri Achieving a Better Life Experience Board
Kathy Flemming was appointed to the Missouri Achieving a Better Life Experience Board.
Flemming is the CEO and Founding Principal of Forward Focus, LLC. Flemming was involved in the American Institute of Banking, Missouri Independent Bankers Association Board of Directors, and as a member of the Chamber of Commerce. Flemming holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from Charleston Southern University and a master’s degree in finance from Fontbonne University.
Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan Board of Trustees
Danny O’Neill was appointed to the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan Board of Trustees.
O’Neill is the CEO of MissouriHealth+. O’Neill holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing and master’s degree in public administration from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Missouri Health Facilities Review Committee
Michael Burbank, Cindy Circo, Brandon Garber, and Andrew Lear were appointed to the Missouri Health Facilities Review Committee.
Burbank is a partner at Kwik Kar, a retail car wash, automotive detail, and oil change business. He is also involved with S&O Development, a commercial real estate firm specializing in retail locations. Previously, he worked at Kasten Group, a private equity investment firm. Burbank has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Circo is the Manager of Public Affairs for Kansas City Power and Light. Circo serves as the Treasurer and Advocacy Council Member for VisitKC, and a member of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce. Circo holds a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
Garber is the Commercial Lending and Assistant Vice President of Commerce Bank. Garber is the President of the Tipton Country Club Development Inc., and is on the Board of Directors for the Moniteau County Enhanced Enterprise Zone program Board.
Lear is the Owner of L Cubed LLC, a commercial real estate company located in Jefferson City. Lear is also Vice President at SafetyNet of Mid Missouri, which provides support and financial assistance to the families of fallen public servants in Cole and Boone counties.