Gov. Kemp Appoints Coronavirus Task Force

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has assembled a statewide task force to manage the response to the coronavirus threat. The task force brings together subject-matter experts from the private and public sectors to advise on preventive measures, strategic deployment of resources, and more.

The Governor’s coronavirus task force includes:

  • Felipe den Brok, Director – City of Atlanta’s Office of Emergency Preparedness
  • Homer Bryson, Director – Georgia Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency
  • Major General Tom Carden, Adjutant General – Georgia National Guard
  • Chris Carr, Attorney General – Office of the Attorney General
  • Sharon Cooper, RN, MSN, Chair – State House Health & Human Services Committee
  • Greg Dozier, Commissioner – Technical College System of Georgia
  • Cherie Drenzek, State Epidemiologist – Georgia Department of Public Health
  • Tim Fleming, Chief of Staff – Office of the Governor
  • John Haupert, FACHE, Chief Executive Officer – Grady Health System
  • John King, Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner – Georgia Department of Insurance
  • Colleen Kraft, MD, Director – Emory University Clinical Virology Research Laboratory
  • Ryan Loke, Healthcare Advisor – Office of the Governor
  • John Selden, General Manager – Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport
  • Lorri Smith, Chief Operating Officer – Office of the Governor
  • Kathleen Toomey, MD, MPH, Commissioner – Georgia Department of Public Health
  • Ben Watson, MD, Chair – State Senate Health & Human Services Committee
  • Richard Woods, State School Superintendent – Georgia Department of Education
  • Steve Wrigley, Chancellor – University System of Georgia