| December 13, 2004 - Mayor Bill
Haslam has made the following appointments to City of Knoxville boards
William E. Cole has been named to the Police Advisory and Review Committee.
He is filling the unexpired term through June 30, 2005 of Police Chief
Sterling P. Owen IV.
Cole is retired from the FBI where he served as a special agent for
29 years conducting and supervising criminal investigations. He also
served as Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team leader and coordinator
in the Knoxville area, and served as a police instructor for law enforcement
personnel. He currently is an investigative and security consultant.
Madeline A. Rogero was reappointed to the Knoxville Transportation
Authority to serve a term ending Dec. 31, 2009.
Rogero, a former Knox County commissioner, is an organizational management
consultant and facilitator with experience as a non-profit executive,
urban and regional planner, and community leader.
John A. Sibley, appointed to the Knoxville Transportation Authority
for a term ending Dec. 31, 2009.
Sibley is president of The Literacy Imperative Inc., an outreach
ministry of Mount Zion Baptist Church, which provides books and other
tools of literacy to underserved communities and creates social enterprises
in support of that mission.