Gretchen Corbin named President and CEO of Georgia Lottery Corp.

Gov. Nathan Deal named Gretchen Corbin to serve as President and CEO of the Georgia Lottery Corp. following the announcement of current President and CEO Debbie D. Alford’s departure. With approval of the Georgia Lottery Corp. Board of Directors, Corbin’s appointment was effective January 1.

Prior to this appointment, Corbin was the commissioner of the Technical College System of Georgia. She was previously the commissioner of the Georgia Department of Community Affairs and deputy commissioner of the Global Commerce Division for the Georgia Department of Economic Development. Corbin sits on the Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute External Advisory Board, the University of Georgia (UGA) Board of Visitors and the Fanning Advisory Board for the J. W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development at UGA. She served as president and chair of Leadership Georgia. Corbin is a Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow and has been named one of the “100 Most Influential Georgians” by Georgia Trend Magazine for four consecutive years. She is a graduate of Clemson University and the University of Oklahoma Economic Development Institute. Corbin and her husband, David, have two children and reside in Rome.

Fight the Fall Season Flu!

It’s fall season, a time for perfect weather and beautiful scenery. There isn’t much not to love about the best season of the year, except the flu.

This past legislative session, the Georgia General Assembly passed House Bill 198 with strong overall support. This addition to the law requires local school systems to provide information on influenza, or “the flu,” and its vaccine to parents and guardians of 6th-12th-grade students anytime they provide other health information.

To fulfill this requirement, the Georgia Department of Public Health has added influenza information to their website, explaining what influenza is, how to prevent its spread, and more. This information will be sent out statewide to school nurses.

The best time for vaccinations is early in the season.

Georgians can get vaccinated at:

  • School-based flu clinics
  • Local county health departments
  • Private healthcare providers
  • Local pharmacies

For more information, visit: www.georgia.gov/

The Campaign is underway! Sept. 5th – Nov. 15th

​​The Campaign has officially begun! It is now time for you to create and account and make your decision to pledge and support various charities across Georgia.​

To create an account:

  • Click here​ to go to The Campaign website​ and follow the instructions
  • You will be asked to enter an invite code – this is the first three letters of your birth month, mar for March
  • Next you will add your first name as it shows on your pay stub, Robert
  • Next you enter the first three letters of your last name, ben
  • Finally, you enter the numeric day of your birth, 02
  • Invite code = marrobertben02
  • You will be asked to create a user name and password
  • Once set up you can click “give” from the menu on the left side of the screen, select your charity, donation amount (add to your cart), and finally select your method of payment, one time, or payroll deduction.

Thank you for supporting The Campaign and the charities supporting the state of Georgia!