ATLANTA — Jennifer Dorminey Herzog was recently sworn in to serve on the 2020-2021 Association County Commissioners of Georgia (ACCG or Georgia’s County Association) board of managers as president of the County Attorneys Section.
“The 2020-2021 ACCG Board of Managers represents the collective strength of Georgia’s local communities,” said executive director Dave Wills. “Now, more than ever, we have witnessed the significance of leadership at the local level. I congratulate and look forward to working with our newly installed Board of Managers as we continue our efforts to serve all 159 counties throughout the state.”
A partner with Hall Booth Smith’s Tifton office, Herzog focuses her practice in the area of government liability wherein she serves as the county attorney for Berrien County and assists with representation of Coffee, Tift, Ware and Ben Hill counties.
Herzog is also trained in general mediation, domestic mediation, arbitration, and maintains an active mediation practice in South Georgia. She is a native of Tift County where she resides on a farm with her husband and daughters.
"I am honored and humbled that my peers have allowed me to serve in this position and am excited about learning and serving alongside the other board of managers' members,” Herzog said.