Evelyn McGill

Executive Director McGill was selected by the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commissioners to serve in January, 2013.  Prior to coming to the Commission, she had a fourteen (14) year tenure with the City of Richmond’s Police Department, as Deputy Chief of Administration and Executive Director. Evelyn has also served as a senior administrator in various capacities, including Director and Vice President of Financial Affairs in the higher education arena, while starting her career in various local and state governments in administration, budgeting and finance. She is a native of Richmond, with a Master of Business Administration from Virginia Tech, a Master of Public Administration from the University of Pittsburgh, a Pre-Graduate Fellow at the University of Virginia and a Bachelor of Science from Virginia Commonwealth University. 

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