CSX Executive Craig Camuso sworn in as newest Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Services (GVRS) Board member

October 9, 2018

(Atlanta) – Craig Camuso today was sworn in as the newest member of the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Services (GVRS) Board, which advises the state’s vocational rehabilitation agency. Camuso is the regional vice president for state government affairs at CSX Transportation in Atlanta and brings a business perspective to the board, which is legislatively established and comprised of nine members.

“Craig brings a welcome employer perspective to the table,” said Tom Wilson, GVRS Board Chairman. “The vocational rehabilitation world is already well represented by smart, passionate leaders in our field. Now we have added the next piece, with someone who has earned great respect across the Georgia workforce development system.”

Camuso sits on the board of directors for the Georgia Railroad Association and the honorary board for Special Olympics Georgia. He is also a graduate of Leadership Georgia, has served on its board of trustees, and is a current member of the board of governors for the Georgia Chamber of Commerce.

“Craig’s experience touches a lot of sectors where we want to do good work,” said Sean T. Casey, Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency (GVRA) Executive Director. “He knows business; he knows legislative processes; he knows the disability community. I am thrilled to have his guidance and input.”

Camuso earned a Bachelor of Journalism degree from the Grady College of Journalism at the University of Georgia. He and his wife, Kim, have two children and live in Lawrenceville.

About Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency (GVRA)

GVRA is the state’s Vocational Rehabilitation organization.  It was established through legislative action in 2012 with the goal of helping every Georgian with a disability who wants a career to attain success. The organization incudes five programs: vocational rehabilitation, Roosevelt Warm Springs and Cave Spring Center, Georgia Industries for the Blind, the Business Enterprise Program and Disability Adjudication Services.