Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Carla Reyes, William Henning, Jennifer Buaas, and Dan Teczar to the Work Group on Blockchain Issues. Moreover, he named Carla Reyes as Chair. The work group will develop a grasp plan for the growth of the blockchain business in Texas and advocate insurance policies and state investments in reference to blockchain expertise.
Carla Reyes of Allen is an Assistant Professor of Legislation at Southern Methodist College Dedman Faculty of Legislation. She is chair of the American Bar Affiliation Enterprise Legislation Part’s Article 2 Uniform Business Code Committee, the Analysis Director for the Uniform Legislation Fee’s Expertise Committee, and an professional member of the Worldwide Institute for the Unification of Non-public Legislation’s working teams on Digital Property and Non-public Legislation and Finest Practices for Efficient Enforcement. Moreover, she is a member of the Washington State Bar Affiliation, the Digital Asset Working Group for the Uniform Legislation Fee, and the American Legislation Institute’s Joint Uniform Business Code and Rising Expertise Drafting Committee. Reyes obtained Bachelor of Arts from Whitworth College, a Juris Physician diploma from Duke College Faculty of Legislation, a Grasp of Legal guidelines in Worldwide and Comparative Legislation from Duke College Faculty of Legislation, and a Grasp of Public Coverage from Duke College Sanford Faculty of Public Coverage.
William Henning of Fort Price is an Govt Professor of Legislation at Texas A&M College Faculty of Legislation. He’s a Life Member of the Uniform Legislation Fee and a member of the American Legislation Institute, American Bar Affiliation, and Missouri State Bar. Moreover, he’s a fellow of the American School of Business Finance Legal professionals. Henning obtained a Bachelor of Arts from the College of Tennessee-Chattanooga, a Juris Physician diploma from the College of Tennessee-Knoxville, and a Grasp of Legal guidelines from the College of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Faculty of Legislation.
Jennifer Buaas of Dripping Springs is Director of Strategic Digital Providers on the Texas Division of Info Assets (DIR) the place she is liable for aiding businesses within the adoption of digital expertise to automate processes, modernize legacy expertise, and heighten the digital maturity of the workforce. Since 2005, she has served in a number of roles together with as Director of Engineering, Director of Digital Authorities, and as product proprietor of the State of Texas digital assistant Texas by Texas (TxT). She is a previous member of the Texas Affiliation of State Programs Computing and Communication Board. Buaas obtained a Bachelor of Science from Texas A&M College and a Grasp of Enterprise Administration from LeTourneau College. Moreover, she is a graduate of the Govt Management in Info Expertise Excellence class and of the Governor’s Middle for Administration program. She’s going to function the ex-officio member representing DIR.
Dan Teczar of Austin is the Chief Info Officer and Director of IT for the Workplace of the Texas Secretary of State. Beforehand, he was a senior advisor on the Texas Division of Transportation and Director of IT Vendor Administration. Moreover, he has held many personal sector roles together with two protection startup corporations and tasks such because the Boeing 787 Dreamliner program with Raytheon Applied sciences, and on the Nationwide Guard Bureau and the Base Realignment and Closure Fee with ANSER. Following completion of the Lockheed Martin Management Fundamentals Program, he served in a U.S. Division of Protection management position in Afghanistan for 3 years. Teczar obtained a Bachelor of Science in Laptop Info Programs from the College of Tampa and has a number of certificates and graduate work accomplished from Boston College. He’ll function the ex-officio member representing the Workplace of the Secretary of State.