ATLANTA (AP) — Gov. Brian Kemp on Wednesday named two new members for seven-year terms to the Board of Regents, which governs Georgia’s university system.
Kemp nominated Richard “Tim” Evans to the seat representing Georgia’s 6th congressional district in suburban Atlanta. Evans is chairman of Alpharetta-based Evans General Contractors, which he founded in 2001. Evans replaces banker Kessel Stelling, who retired as CEO of Synovus Corp.