First Lady Marty Kemp announced Governor Brian Kemp signed an executive order increasing the membership of the Georgians for Refuge, Action, Compassion, and Education Commission by two seats

Macon, GA – According to the statement, First Lady Marty Kemp also announced that Gov. Kemp will appoint four new members to fill both the newly-created vacancies and two others.

Lieutenant Governor Burt Jones, Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) Director Mike Register, Department of Corrections Commissioner Tyrone Oliver, and Department of Juvenile Justice Interim Commissioner Shawnda Reynolds-Cobb will join the Commission as it continues to bring public officials, law enforcement, for-profit and non-profit organizations, healthcare officials, and subject matter experts together to confront the issue of human trafficking in Georgia.

The Governor and First Lady join in thanking former GBI Director Vic Reynolds and former Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan for their service on the GRACE Commission.

Director Register will serve as co-chair of the Commission and fill the seat vacated by Reynolds.

Lt. Gov. Jones will fill the seat vacated by Duncan. Commissioner Oliver and Interim Commissioner Reynolds-Cobb will fill the newly created seats.

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