About Gail Hambrick
Clayton County Commissioner Gail Hambrick has been a resident of Clayton County for over 30 years and is deeply rooted in the community. She has two daughters who were educated in Clayton County and both are graduates of Fort Valley State University.
Gail Hambrick graduated high school in McDonough, Henry County Georgia. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and a Master’s Degree in Guidance and Counseling from Fort Valley State University. Her work experiences include the State of Georgia, Governor’s Office of Consumer Affairs, Office of Commissioner of Insurance and the Department of Human Resources. She retired from the State of Georgia in 2007 after 34 years of service.
Commissioner Hambrick received the “Unsung Hero” Award presented by the State Legislative Black Caucus in 2007. Her memberships and community involvement include:
- Concerned Citizens of North Clayton
- Clayton County’s Atlanta Project
- Clayton County Human Relations Council
- Clayton County Transit Feasibility Study Group
- Chairman of Clayton County Tax Assessors Board
- Housing Authority of Clayton County
- Member of Clayton County Democratic Party
- Co-Founder of Clayton County Coalition for Quality Education (CCCQE)
- Clayton Countywide Homeowner’s Association
- Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)
- Life Member of NAACP – Clayton County Branch
- Life Member of the Fort Valley State University Alumni Association