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Deal appoints Thomasville woman to state board of Education

Dr. Sandra Reed

Dr. Sandra Reed

THOMASVILLE, Ga. — Governor Nathan Deal has appointed a local doctor to serve on the state board of Education.

Friday, Deal named Dr. Sandra B. Reed, a gynecologist at the Shaw Center for Women, to the board. She has served as president of the Medical Associates of Georgia and the Georgia OB/GYN society. She has also served on numerous state and federal committees establishing health care policies. Most recently, she has served on the State Board of the Technical College System of Georgia. Reed received her bachelor’s degree from Valdosta State University and her medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia.

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FryarTuk 1 year, 8 months ago

Appears to be an excellent choice with no Medical Board orders, actions or malpractice settlements/judgements. A person and professional of strong quality and achievement I hope she will insist on the revitalization of the State Department Of Education service for credentialing and certification. With former Governor Perdue taking money to give himself a $100,000 tax refund, he gutted educational services and senior low-income tax credits. The credentialing service was a casualty that helped pay the scalawag. It fell to the school systems to do their own certification and credentialing and we see how that turne out. Dr. Reed, please address the need.

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