Legislators who also work for public entities
Legislators who list on their financial disclosure form with Alabama Ethics Commission employment with a public entity during 2006:
Sen. Linda Coleman, D-Birmingham: American with Disabilities compliance officer, city of Birmingham.
Sen. Larry Dixon, R-Montgomery: executive director Alabama Board of Medical Examiners.
Sen. Rusty Glover, R-Semmes: teacher, Mobile County public schools.
Sen. Jimmy Holley, D-Elba: coordinator for continuing education, Troy University.
Sen. Quinton Ross, D-Montgomery: director of adult education, Trenholm Technical College, Patterson campus.
Rep. Alan Boothe, D-Troy: director of local government relations, Troy University.
Rep. Merika Coleman, D-Birmingham: director of economic and community development, city of Bessemer.
Rep. Priscilla Dunn, D-Bessemer: homeless education coordinator, city of Bessemer.
Rep. Chris England, D-Tuscaloosa: city attorney, city of Tuscaloosa.
Rep. Blaine Galliher, R-Rainbow City: director of business and industry, Gadsden State Community College.
Rep. Betty Carol Graham, D-Alexander City: vice president, Central Alabama Community College.
Rep. Todd Greeson, R-Ider: administrative coordinator for business and industry, Athens State University.
Rep. Ken Guin, D-Carbon Hill: works for Bevill State Community College; also worked for Shelton State Community College in 2006.
Rep. Laura Hall, D-Huntsville: administrator, Calhoun Community College, Decatur.
Rep. Alan Harper, D-Aliceville: director of economic development, city of Aliceville.
Rep. Randy Hinshaw, D-Meridianville: program director, Central Alabama Skills Consortium, Southern Union Community College.
Rep. Alvin Holmes, D-Montgomery: instructor, Alabama State University.
Rep. Ralph Howard, D-Greensboro: instructor, Shelton State Community College.
Rep. Thomas Jackson, D-Thomasville: educator, Alabama Southern Community College.
Rep. Yvonne Kennedy, D-Mobile: president Bishop State Community College (retired in 2007).
Rep. John Knight, D-Montgomery: director of communications and public affairs, Alabama State University.
Rep. Mac McCutcheon, R-Capshaw: probation officer, city of Huntsville.
Rep. Mike Millican, D-Hamilton: employed Bevill State Community College.
Rep. Neal Morrison, D-Cullman: administrator, Wallace State Community College, Hanceville.
Rep. Jack Page, D-Gadsden: community and external affairs liaison, Gadsden State Community College.
Rep. John Rogers, D-Birmingham: director of minority affairs, University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Rep. Sue Schmitz, D-Toney: employed CITY Skills Training Consortium, a part of two-year college system. Left her position in October, 2006.
Rep. Terry Spicer, D-Elba: assistant to president, Enterprise-Ozark Community College.
Rep. James Thomas, D-Selma: principal Wilcox-Central High School, Camden.
Rep. Allen Treadaway, R-Morris: Birmingham police sergeant.
Rep. Cam Ward, R-Alabaster: director of economic development, city of Alabaster.
Rep. Pebblin Warren, D-Tuskegee: director of economic development, Trenholm State Technical College.
Rep. Henry White, D-Athens: elementary school principal, Limestone County.
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