Sen. Ossoff honors Kornisha McGill Brown for being a champion for children and youth in Georgia and across the United States
Columbus, Ga. — U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff is honoring Kornisha McGill Brown for her lifetime of service on behalf of Georgia’s families with an official U.S. Senate commendation.
A native of Thomaston, GA, Ms. Brown has dedicated her life to education and youth professional development.
In 2020, Kornisha McGill Brown was elected as the 27th National President of Jack and Jill of America, the nation’s oldest African American family organization.
Representing more than 245 chapters across the country, Ms. Brown works to ensure that future generations of African American leaders have access to opportunities to reach their maximum potential.
Sen. Ossoff Honors Kornisha McGill Brown for Her Dedication to Georgia’s Youth
“Kornisha McGill Brown, an esteemed member of the Columbus, GA, community, serves as the 27th national president of Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated, an organization committed to nurturing future leaders in the Black community.
“Born and raised in Georgia, Ms. McGill Brown has dedicated her personal and professional life to supporting children and families across the State, working as a public school educator, philanthropist, and youth professional development leader over the course of her
“She also dedicates her time to several service organizations in her community, including serving on the Board of for the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Chattahoochee Valley and as a member of the Columbus chapter of The Links, Incorporated.
“Ms. McGill Brown is a graduate of Spelman College and the University of Georgia, where she earned her bachelor of arts in political science and masters of education degrees, respectively.
“As Georgia’s U.S. Senator, it is my honor to recognize Kornisha McGill Brown for her steadfast commitment to our Nation’s youth and her lifetime of service.”