Meet Frank Ginn

Frank is married to Robin Tardy Ginn (17 years), formerly of Athens and they live on their family farm with their daughter Catherine.

Frank earned a degree in agricultural engineering at the University of Georgia. While at UGA, Frank served as President of the Ag Hill Council and was the first student to serve on the Ag Alumni Board of Directors. He served on President Davison’s University Council and was inducted into the AgHon Honor Society, where he served as president his senior year.

Frank has served as the Director of Member Services for Jackson EMC, was the first city manager of Royston, served the citizens of Sugar Hill as city manager and served as the county manager for the Franklin County Board of Commissioners between the years 1985 and 2009. Throughout his professional career, Frank has been a team builder and problem solver.

Presently, Frank serves on the Advisory Board for Georgia Public Safety Training Center in Athens, formerly known as the North Georgia Police Academy. He also served on the Athens Regional Library Board, the Madison County Library Board, and several Chamber of Commerce Boards and is a member of the Georgia Society of Professional Engineers.

Frank is a member of ROTARY International, Lions Club International and the Madison County Chapter of the Georgia Cattlemen’s Association. Frank is also a graduate of Leadership Athens and Madison County Leadership through The Fanning Institute at the University of Georgia.

Frank was elected to serve the people of the 47th Senate District in November 2010.