From the Office of Governor Brian P. Kemp:
On June 29, 2021, Governor Brian P. Kemp announced Gerlda Hines was to be sworn in as the Commissioner of the Department of Human Services (DHS) on June 30th. She began her duties as Commissioner on July 1st. Hines, who previously served as Chief of Staff for DHS, replaced outgoing Commissioner Robyn Crittenden. Commissioner Crittenden was recently appointed to serve as the Commissioner of the Department of Revenue.
“I am excited for Commissioner Hines to lead the Department of Human Services as it continues to create new economic opportunities for all Georgians, while also protecting our state’s most vulnerable citizens and providing essential care to those in need,” said Governor Kemp. “I want to thank Commissioner Crittenden for all she accomplished in her time as leader of DHS. I look forward to Commissioner Hines building on this legacy to help Georgia reach new heights as the best place to live, work, and raise a family.”
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Commissioner Hines serves as Secretary of the MAX Board of Directors and the Georgia Department of Human Services is a MAX Anchor Investor.
MAX congratulates Commissioner Hines and DHS!