Texas: Governor Abbott Reappoints Mach To Public Safety Commission

~ Governor Greg Abbott has reappointed Steven P. "Steve" Mach to the Public Safety Commission for a term set to expire on January 1, 2028. Mach, of Houston, is vice president and chief financial officer of Mach Industrial Group, LP and has served as the chairman of the Public Safety Commission (PSC) since March 2017.

The Commission oversees the Texas Department of Public Safety, which enforces laws protecting public safety and provides for the prevention and detection of crime. As PSC chairman, Mach also serves as a member of the Texas Racing Commission. He is past chairman of the Houston Symphony Board of Trustees and former chairman of the Houston Symphony Endowment. He serves as secretary of the Trinity University Board of Trustees, vice chairman of the Kinkaid School Board of Trustees, a member of the executive committee of the Sam Houston Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, and former chairman of the board of Family Services of Greater Houston, Inc. He is an Eagle Scout and a life member of the Houston Police Foundation, 100 Club of Houston, and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Mach received a Bachelor of Arts from Trinity University.

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Governor Abbott has reappointed Steven P. "Steve" Mach to serve on Texas' Public Safety Commission for another term ending on January 1st 2028. Mach has been serving as Chairman since March 2017 and is also a member on Texas Racing Commission. His other notable roles include being past Chairman at Houston Symphony Board Of Trustees & former Chairman at Houston Symphony Endowment; Secretary at Trinity University Board Of Trustees; Vice Chairman at Kinkaid School Board Of Trustees; Member at Executive Committee Of Sam Houston Area Council Of Boy Scouts Of America & Former Chairman at Family Services Of Greater Houston Inc., among others. This appointment is subject to Senate confirmation.

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