Brandon Shoupe, Chairman of the Houston County Commission, will provide the keynote address at TROY Dothan’s Spring Commencement on Sunday, May 21 at 3 p.m. at the Dothan Civic Center.
Over 100 undergrad and graduate students will receive their degrees during the ceremony. Tickets are not required.
Prior to his role as Chairman, Shoupe previously served eight years as the District 4 Commissioner. As Chairman, he administers the day-to-day operations of Houston County and works to grow the economy by making smart investments in infrastructure and quality-of-life initiatives.
In 2018, he was appointed by Governor Ivey to represent the 2nd Congressional District on the board of the Alabama School of Cybertechnology & Engineering in Huntsville, Alabama. He currently serves on the executive committee of that organization. In 2023, the school will graduate its first class of Sentinels—many of which will become part of America’s next generation of cyber warriors.
Shoupe is also the owner of a small company that has investments in two internet-based businesses. He and his family attend Covenant Methodist Church in Dothan.