The Office of Gov. Brian P. Kemp recently announced three reappointments to the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Services (GVRS) Board. The Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Services Board is the statutory governing board of the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency (GVRA). They provide oversight and guidance to the agency as a whole. They meet bi-monthly and are appointed by the sitting Governor. The board has nine members as well as a chair emeritus.

The three reappointments include:

GVRS Board Chair Tom Wilson
GVRS Board Secretary Sandy Adams
Craig Camuso

Bios of all GVRS Board members can be found here:

About Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency
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. More information is available at

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