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In the following sentence, is it appropriate to place a comma both before and after the name Cindy Wagner?

"Your account representative, Cindy Wagner, and I are available to answer your questions."
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I would write it:

Both myself, and your account representative Cindy Wagner, are available to answer your questions.

(But you could lose the commas)
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I would write: Both I and your account representative, Cindy Wagner, are available to answer your questions.

I would also write: Your account representative, Cindy Wagner, and I are avaible to answer your questions.