NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — State wildlife officials are set to meet online this week to name a new executive director of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission is scheduled to meet Friday to name a replacement for TWRA executive director Ed Carter. Agency officials said in a news release Tuesday that Carter has announced his retirement. It is effective at the end of May. The commission also is scheduled to vote on a restructuring of it committees. Commission chairman Kurt Holbert says the state is “managing new challenges” with wildlife management, such as chronic wasting disease in deer and Asian carp.