Personnel Update: Lori Jhons to join Alabama League of Municipalities

Lori Jhons Photo Credit: Facebook

The Alabama League of Municipalities announced on Tuesday that Lori Jhons has joined the League as the Director of its communications team.

“We are thrilled to welcome Lori Jhons to the team as our communications director Jhons, a native of Browntown, AL, most recently served as Governor Kay Ivey’s director of digital media relations, the League announced on Facebook. “She was an integral part of the communications team, where she held various roles facilitating media interactions, social media engagement, event preparations and video production. Prior to that, Jhons was appointed by Governor Robert Bentley in 2016 to serve as a digital content producer in his administration. To read more about Lori, visit”

“I am excited to join the team! I sincerely appreciate Greg Cochran and @Al_League for entrusting me with leading the League’s communication efforts as we work to support our cities and towns,” Jhons stated on Twitter.

Lorelai Lean is the general counsel of the League.

The League traces its roots to 1935 during the Great Depression. Then-Governor Bibb Graves gave the fledgling organization office space on Goat Hill in the Capital until they could afford to lease space. Ed Reid was the first salaried director of the association.

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