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Governor Names Fulton Commissioner Liz Hausmann to Criminal Justice Coordinating Council | Print |

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has named Fulton County Commissioner Liz Hausmann (District 3) to the board of the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council.  She was sworn in during a ceremony at the State Capitol on August 1.

The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council was established in 1981 with responsibility for building consensus and unity among the State's diverse and interdependent, criminal justice system components. The Council is charged with serving in an advisory capacity to the Governor on issues impacting the criminal justice system, and coordinating criminal justice activities in a number of key areas.

“I look forward to serving in this new advisory role to the Governor on behalf of the citizens of Fulton county and the State of Georgia,” said Commissioner Hausmann.

Commissioner Hausmann is currently serving her first term on the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. She serves as a board member of the Fulton County Judicial Review Task Force, Fulton Education Foundation Board of Directors, chairperson of the General County Government Policy Council for the Association County Commissioners of Georgia, the Retirement Board of Fulton County Employees, the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Encore Park for the Arts Board of Directors, and Atlanta-Fulton Water Resources Commission.
She was honored as the 2006 North Fulton Phenomenal Woman of the Year and the 2012 Pioneer Award from the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce. She has two grown children and two grandchildren. She resides in Johns Creek.



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