Wyman Announces Staff Changes
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State Comptroller Nancy Wyman today announced three changes to her executive staff.
Holly Cini, a former assistant corporation counsel for the city of Waterbury, has been named Wyman's staff attorney. Cini, 26, of Niantic, worked in Waterbury for the last 18 months. She is a graduate of Providence College and Suffolk University Law School in Boston.
Jill Ferraiolo, a fiscal administrator in Wyman's office since 1995, has been appointed the office's Legislative Program Manager. Ferraiolo, 33, of Cromwell, will be responsible for all legislative matters in the office, including development, tracking and outreach. Ferraiolo previously was a legislative liaison for former state Treasurers Francisco Borges and Joseph Suggs, following four years as a bond analyst in the Office of Fiscal Analysis.
Steve Jensen, a reporter for 13 years with the Hartford Courant and the Manchester Journal Inquirer, is Wyman's new communications director. Jensen, 36, was most recently a criminal justice reporter for the Courant, where he worked for eight years. A resident of Stafford Springs and a graduate of the University of Rhode Island, Jensen replaces Bob King, who will become the assistant to the yet-to-be-hired Information Technology Advisor.
For Immediate Release
October 9, 1997
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