Governor Abbott Appoints Adkins And Marino To Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission
Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Michael S. “Scott” Adkins and Deborah “Debbie” Gray Marino to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission for terms to be determined as set forth by law in House Bill 1545, 86R. The commission oversees the agency that inspects, supervises, and regulates every phase of businesses related to alcoholic beverages, including manufacturing, selling, distributing and more.
Michael S. “Scott” Adkins of El Paso is president of PyroCom Systems, a fire and security company, and he is CEO of Currey Adkins, an information technology company. He volunteers as a board member of Las Palmas Del Sol Hospitals and the the Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce Foundation, and as a board member and founding member of Progress321. Additionally, he is a board member and founding member of The El Paso Leadership Academy. Adkins received a Bachelor of Business Administration Finance and Accounting from Texas Christian University.
Deborah “Debbie” Gray Marino of San Antonio is the senior vice president of Corporate Relations at SWBC, where she coordinates national, state, and local relationships with non-profit, trade, civic and other corporate industry groups. She volunteers as vice chair of the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, a committee member of the Spurs Silver & Black Give Back Foundation, and chair of Women United, a Bexar County United Way affinity group. Marino received a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from Texas A&M University.