ATLANTA – Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle has selected Science and Technology Chairman Sen. Brandon Beach (R-Alpharetta), to serve on the Senate Entrepreneur in Residence Study Committee and the Senate Senior Technology Gap Study Committee.
“I am honored to serve on these two influential committees that will bring about positive economic and technological change for our state and its citizens,” said Beach. “Our elders and entrepreneurs play a vital role in our society, and it is crucial to facilitate as much ease into our system as possible. I look forward to meeting with my colleagues throughout the summer to determine long-lasting solutions for these two groups.”
The Entrepreneur in Residence Study Committee will identify inefficient and overlapping programs within government that negatively affect entrepreneurs trying to start or expand a business.
The Senate Senior Technology Gap Study Committee will work to determine and report the problems seniors face with the technology gap and develop strategies to overcome those problems. Both committees will report their findings on or before Dec. 31.