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Calvo team reveals transition subcommittees

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The incoming Calvo-Tenorio administration has announced the names of those in charge of various transition subcommittees as they prepare to move in to Adelup in January.  Governor-elect Eddie Calvo and Lieutenant Governor-elect Ray Tenorio joined their transition team this afternoon during a press conference at their headquarters to announce the individuals who make up the subcommittees.  

Community & Social Welfare
Chair - Mayor Savares
Co-chair - Dr. Juan Rapadas

Culture & Tourism

Chair - Ann Marie Arceo
Co-chair - Mike Carlson

Customer Service & Government Operations
Chair - Mike Limtiaco
Co-chair - Henry Taitano

Education

Chair - Dr. Robert Underwood
Interim Chair - Dr. Anita Enriquez
Co-chair - Roland Taimanglo

Expansion & Military Buildup
Chair - Benny Paulino
Co-chair - Leevin Camacho 

Finance
Chair - Dan Fitzgerald
Co-chair - Bernie Artero

Guam Buildup & Economic Development
Chair - Phil Flores
Co-chair - Dr. Anita Enriquez

Healthcare & Mental Healthcare
Chair - Joe Artero Cameron
Co-chair - Pete Leon Guerrero

Infrastructure & Natural Resources

Chair - Simon Sanchez
Co-chair - Andy Laguana
Co-chair - Nick Captain

Political Status & External Affairs
Chair - Sen. Joanne Brown
Co-chair - Dr. Ansito Walter

Safety

Chair - Col. Adolf Sgambelluri
Co-chair - Ed Alvarez

KUAM News will have more on the individuals who make up the various transition subcommittees and more from the press conference tonight on Primetime. 

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