Gov. Greg Abbott names Amarillo woman to Texas Crime Victims’ Institute Advisory Council

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AUSTIN, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — Governor Greg Abbot has appointed Local Amarillo woman Brandi Reed to the Texas Crime Victims’ Institute Advisory Council for a term set to expire on January 31, 2023, according to a press release from the office of Gov. Abbott.

The release stated “the council is charged with conducting an in-depth analysis of the impact of crime on victims, close relatives of deceased victims, guardians of victims and society.

Reed is the Director of Education at Family Support Services of Amarillo, Inc., and an Advanced Certified Prevention Specialist. Additionally, Reed is a member of the Texas Council on Family Violence, Texas Association Against Sexual Assault, Texas Association of Addiction Professionals and Texas Victim Services Association, the release listed.

The release added that Reed is on the event committee for Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains, is a committee member of the Planning and Network Advisory Committee for Texas Panhandle Centers and is a Board Member of the Amarillo Little Theatre. Reed received a Bachelor of Arts from West Texas A&M.

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