Reed will continue to improve the DMV for WV citizens
CHARLESTON,WV— Today, Governor-elect Jim Justice announced that Pat Reed will continue to serve in her role as commissioner of the Division of Motor Vehicles.
Pat Reed was first appointed to the post by Governor Earl Ray Tomblin in January 2015. Before joining the DMV, she served as deputy commissioner in the West Virginia Office of the Insurance Commissioner. Commissioner Reed ran a successful real estate and insurance agency before joining the Tomblin Administration. She served in the House of Delegates and two terms on the Raleigh County Commission.
Commissioner Reed has led the charge to expand the DMV’s online services. She will continue to lead the roll out of self-service kiosks across the state for vehicle registration and driver’s license renewals.
“Commissioner Reed has worked tirelessly to modernize the state DMV, and I’m thrilled she will continue to have the highest standards for customer service for her operation,” said Governor-elect Jim Justice. “She is an innovative thinker, and that’s exactly what I am looking for in my administration. I look forward to seeing more of her big ideas become a reality.”
“I feel honored to be reappointed as Commissioner of the Division of Motor Vehicles by Governor-elect Justice,” said DMV Commissioner Pat Reed. “The DMV is a service to the citizens of West Virginia, and our team has worked to improve access to these services for all our citizens. I want to make the DMV the most citizen-friendly experience possible by continuing to extend services.”