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McCullough Takes Over Mississippi Development Authority

JACKSON, Miss.- Glen McCullough had his first day at his new job on Monday, as he began his tenure as the Executive Director of the Mississippi Development Authority. McCullough, 60, was appointed to the position by Governor Bryant earlier this year.

He has previously served as the Mayor of Tupelo and the chairman of the Tennessee Valley Authority, as well as the Mississippi Director of the Appalachian Regional Commission.

McCullough is replacing Brent Christensen, who left to take over the Greensboro, North Carolina partnership as their new President CEO.

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