(URBANDALE) – Today, Iowa Governor-elect Terry Branstad made the following appointments to guide his transition effort and lead his new administration:

David Roederer was named as Chairman of the transition team and will lead the transition effort leading up to the January 14, 2011 inaugural.

Jeffrey Boeyink was named Co-Chairman of the transition team and designated by Governor Branstad as his new administration’s Chief of Staff.

Tim Albrecht was named Communications Director for the new Branstad administration and will also handle all communications duties on behalf of the transition team.

“Iowans expect us to hit the ground running and the appointment of these three capable individuals to lead our transition efforts shows we are serious about beginning this process immediately and preparing our team to be ready to act on day one,” said Branstad. “David, Jeff, and Tim are proven successful leaders and they will assist me in building a dynamic new team to lead our state and accomplish our ambitious goals.”

David Roederer is Executive Director of the Iowa Chamber Alliance and former Chief of Staff for Governor Branstad.

Jeffrey Boeyink currently serves as campaign manager for the Governor Branstad 2010 committee.

Tim Albrecht currently serves as the Communications Director for the Governor Branstad 2010 committee.

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