Tomieka R. Daniel Appointed to Serve on the Georgia Commission on Family Violence
OCTOBER 21, 2020
ATLANTA - Governor Brian P. Kemp appointed Tomieka R. Daniel to serve on the Georgia Commission on Family Violence. Ms. Daniel was appointed to serve on the Commission to fill the required position for the representative from the Third Judicial Administrative District of Georgia.
Tomieka R. Daniel is a managing attorney for the Macon Regional Office of Georgia Legal Services Program. She completed her undergraduate education at Clark Atlanta University, where she graduated with honors, and she is a 2002 graduate of the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University. Daniel has been practicing law with Georgia Legal Services since 2002 and primarily handles family law, housing, elder law, and family violence cases for low-income Georgians. In 2010, she developed the Teen Dating Violence Prevention Project.
Daniel is the immediate past president of the Alumni Board of Directors for Mercer University School of Law and a member of the Macon Bar Association, Georgia Association for Black Women Attorneys, Bootle Inn of Court, and the Georgia Association for Women Attorneys, among other organizations. She also serves on numerous domestic violence task force groups throughout Georgia, and she is an active member of Fellowship Bible Baptist Church. She is married to Willie L. Daniel, Jr., and they have a ten-year-old daughter named Carrington.
About GCFV: The Georgia Commission on Family Violence, created by The Georgia General Assembly in 1992, is charged with developing a comprehensive state plan for ending family violence in Georgia. If you or someone that you know is being impacted by domestic violence, call 1-800-334-2836 to speak with a domestic violence advocate.
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