Maryland Gov.-elect Wes Moore named additional members of his cabinet on Thursday, picking leaders who will oversee areas of government including public health, human services and juvenile services.

Moore, a Democrat, who will be sworn into office on Wednesday, announced the following nominations:

Moore’s pace of nominating cabinet secretaries has been slower than recent governors, including outgoing Gov. Larry Hogan and former Gov. Martin O’Malley, who had largely filled out their teams before their inaugurations.

Previously, Moore had named just three members of his cabinet: Budget Secretary Helene Grady, Appointments Secretary Tisha Edwards and Secretary of State Susan Lee, a state senator.

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He still has several key roles left to fill, including secretaries of transportation, commerce, environment and natural resources.

Moore and Lt. Gov.-elect Aruna Miller will be sworn into office at noon on Wednesday at the State House in Annapolis. Cabinet secretaries will serve on an acting basis until they receive confirmation votes in the state Senate.

Baltimore Banner reporter Brenda Wintrode contributed to this article.

Pamela Wood covers Maryland politics and government. She previously reported for The Baltimore Sun, The Capital and other Maryland newspapers. A graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, she lives in northern Anne Arundel County.

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