McDonnell’s energy advisor heads to CNU

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April 22, 2013

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Gov. Bob McDonnell, R-Va., lost his top energy advisor to Christopher Newport University, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports. Maureen Matsen was deputy secretary of natural resources, and served as McDonnell’s senior energy advisor. She left the administration a week ago to accept and to become university counsel at CNU. She held a similar post at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington.

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