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SuhlGovernor Greg Abbott has appointed Amy Suhl, a former student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University, to the State Commission on Judicial Conduct for a term set to expire Nov. 19, 2023. The commission is an independent Texas state agency created by an amendment to the Texas Constitution in 1965 that is responsible for investigating allegations of judicial misconduct or judicial disability, and for disciplining judges.

"I am honored to have been appointed by the governor to this state commission and feel it is a privilege to serve the community and State of Texas as a whole," said Suhl.

Suhl resides in Sugar Land, Texas, and is the vice president and chief information officer of Projects and Technology of Shell Global Solutions, with over 30 years in the field. Currently, Suhl plays a broad yet pivotal role in a division that is working to develop innovative uses for information technology in the energy industry. She is a member of the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society and the Texas A&M Electrical and Computer Engineering Advisory Council, and volunteers at the Sugar Land Senior Center as a technology trainer, as well as at local schools as a mentor and tutor. In addition to a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from Texas A&M, Suhl received a Master of Business Administration from Houston Baptist University.