Greitens appoints new University of Missouri curators
JEFFERSON CITY – Governor Eric Greitens appointed three new members to the University of Missouri’s Board of Curators.
On Wednesday, Greitens announced Jeff Layman, Jamie Farmer, and Darryl Chatman as the newest members.
“These curators bring knowledge and real world experience to the table. They will be important voices for our students and families,” Greitens said in a press release.
Layman served as Greitens’ campaign finance chairman. He is a senior vice president with Morgan Stanley. Layman graduated from Missouri State University and has served as a trustee at Ozarks Technical Community College.
Farmer serves as president of Farmer Holding Company. She is a graduate from the University of Missouri's Trulaske School of Business and is currently an entrepreneur and business leader
Chatman is an attorney and a former Mizzou linebacker. He earned a BS and MS in Animal Science from the University of Missouri. Chatman served as the Missouri Department of Agriculture deputy director where he created the department’s first summer program to expose kids to careers in agriculture.
The Missouri Senate still needs to confirm all three appointees.