Lanier County’s Brian Sirmans was recently appointed by Governor Brian Kemp to a three-year term on the Georgia Professional Standards Commission.
The swearing-in ceremony was held Wednesday, July 10, at the governor’s office. Sirmans was accompanied by his wife, Crystal, sons Joshua and Caleb, daughter Ava, and father, Randy Sirmans.
“I am humbled and honored to have this opportunity and I am proud to be a part of the Governor’s education team as a State Commissioner of the Ga PSC,” said Sirmans. “I look
forward to bringing a South Georgia perspective to Atlanta and helping to bring a positive change to education for all of Georgia.”
The Public Standards Commission sets and applies guidelines for the preparation, certification, and continued licensing of public educators in Georgia. Sirmans is a
teacher at Lanier County High School.