Gov. Kathy Hochul continued to round out her new administration on Thursday, filling vacant, but key posts at the state's homeland security office, the Office of General Services and a new state inspector general. 

"There's no doubt that New York faces enormous challenges, and it's absolutely vital that we attract the best and brightest minds to govern our state and fight for our people," Hochul said. "These individuals will fill important roles and help our administration shore up its responses to a host of critical challenges, from protecting New Yorkers during emergencies to regulating the state's financial system."

Hochul nominated Jeanette Moy to serve as the new commissioner for the Office of General Services, a sprawling department that oversees state-owned property in New York. She most recently served as the executive vice president and chief operating officer of Public Health Solutions. 

Jackie Bray, who coordinated New York City's hospital surge capacity during the COVID-19 pandemic, will be nominated as the commissioner for the state Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services. 

And Lucy Lang, a former assistant district attorney in Manhattan and the director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, will become the state inspector general, which oversees investigations of the executive branch. 

CEO of the YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester Maria Imperial will become the commissioner of the Division of Human Rights.