Candice Broce turns into interim director of Household and Youngsters’s Providers in Georgia |  Nationwide information

ATLANTA – Governor Brian Kemp has announced that Candice Broce, Chief Operating Officer for the Governor’s Office, will serve as Interim Director of Family and Children’s Services with immediate effect.

“Candice Broce has served in numerous important roles in my government and I appreciate her willingness to lead a critical government agency on an interim basis,” Kemp said in a press release. “I know she will bring dedication, integrity, and leadership to the Family and Children’s Services Department so that the agency can provide the highest quality care and essential services to Georgians in need.”

Broce most recently served as chief operating officer in the governor’s office after also serving as communications director and chief deputy executive counsel for Kemp.

Broce previously headed communications and served as legal advisor on elections and legislative matters for the Georgia Secretary of State. Broce holds a bachelor’s degree in management from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a law degree from Georgia State University College of Law. Originally from Cartersville, Bartow County, she now lives in White with her family. She is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the Federalist Society, the Republican National Lawyers Association, and the Georgia Board of Nursing.