(AP) — Kentucky Auditor-elect Mike Harmon has selected former state lawmaker Sara Beth Gregory as general counsel for the auditor's office.
Gregory, who currently works as an attorney in Monticello, formerly served in the Kentucky House and Senate.
Her appointment was among several announced by Harmon, who defeated Democratic incumbent Adam Edelen in the November election.
Harmon says Alice Wilson will serve as assistant state auditor. Wilson has more than 20 years of government auditing experience, most recently serving as executive director of the Office of Audits for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
Ginger Wills will serve as Harmon's chief of staff. Her government experience includes a tenure at the state Department of Agriculture.
Harmon says Michael Goins will serve as his communications director.
Harmon takes office on Jan. 4.