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Glenn McCullogh Jr. Named New MDA Executive Director

JACKSON, Miss.-  Gov. Phil Bryant has named Glenn McCullough, Jr., as the new director of the Mississippi Development Authority.

Bryant made the announcement at the 66th annual meeting of the Mississippi Economic Council.

McCullough is a former head of the Tennessee Valley Authority and former mayor of Tupelo.

In June, McCullough will succeed Brent Christensen, who is leaving MDA for a job in Greensboro, North Carolina.

“Glenn McCullough is an outstanding and accomplished leader, and I am very pleased to appoint him to lead the Mississippi Development Authority,” Gov. Phil Bryant said. “He shares my passion for economic development, and he has a proven record of achieving results. He can build a consensus and get things done. We have great momentum in Mississippi, and Glenn will take that success to the next level.”

McCullough says he sees the new job as an opportunity rather than a challenge.

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