If You’re Not at the Table, You’re Probably on the Menu - Kathy Floyd and Jamie Cramer

Apr 10, 2014

Kathy Floyd has been interested in the political process all her life.  Originally from North Carolina, Kathy attended the University of North Carolina.  Upon graduation she moved to Georgia to take a position as a Financial Analyst.  She went on to earn a graduate degree at Georgia State, and then spent 19 years as the Legislative Director for AARP..  Kathy has recently been appointed as the Executive Director for the Georgia Council on Aging.  The mission of the Council, established by state law in 1977, is to serve in an advisory capacity to the Governor, the General Assembly, the Board of Human Services, and all other state agencies on aging issues, and to advocate with and on behalf of aging Georgians and their families to improve quality of life.

Born and raised in Kentucky, Jamie Cramer earned an undergraduate degree from Cumberland College, and then also attended Georgia State University, earning a Masters Degree in Counseling.  After spending some time doing mental health counseling, Jamie moved to the senior services arean, having served at the state level, in Clayton County, and now as the Senior Services Manager for Gwinnett County.

Listen in as Kathy and Jamie discuss the recently ended Legislative Session.  Additionally, note two upcoming events:

  1. Gwinnett County Senior Services Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for new kitchen - April 22 at 3:30 PM - 567 Swanson Drive, Lawrenceville
  2. Friends of Gwinnett County Senior Services Annual Silent Auction - May 1 at 6:30 PM - Delmar Gardens 3100 Club Dr, Lawrenceville

For more information on either of these events, please call Gwinnett Senior Services at (770) 822-8845.  Kathy Floyd can be reached at the Georgia Council on Aging at (404) 657-5342, or visit their website at

We want to thank Griswold Home Care for sponsoring today’s show.  Griswold Home Care has been a preferred provider of high quality, affordable in-home senior care in Atlanta for more than 20 years.