Tallahassee, Fla. – Today, Governor Ron DeSantis announced the appointments of Linda Stoch and Danielle Payne to the Governor’s Mansion Commission.

Linda Stoch

Stoch, of Palm Beach Gardens, is a retired business owner of Innovative Interiors by Linda. She worked in the interior design field for over 20 years, creating aesthetically pleasing homes for her clients. Stoch received her bachelor’s degree in technical education from Witwatersrand Technical College and her certificate in Interior Decorating from CID International. Stoch is appointed for the remaining four years of a term.

Danielle Payne

Payne, of Winter Park, is an executive board member of Metro Corral Partners. She served as a member of the Salvation Army board from 2005 to 2018. She is also the founding board member of Helpings from the Heart, an event put on by the Salvation Army that serves more than 20,000 free meals to residents in need in the Central Florida area on Thanksgiving Day. Payne received her bachelor’s degree in art history and psychology from Oglethorpe University. Payne is appointed for the remaining four years of a term.

The appointments are subject to confirmation by the Florida Senate.



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