ATLANTA, GA – U.S. Senator Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.), has been appointed to President Donald Trump’s task force to help chart the course to re-open America.
“With over 22 million Americans already filing for unemployment, it’s critical that we turn to the work we need to do to safely restore the American economy to its full strength. I’m honored to be named to this task force, and am already working to address the critical mission ahead of us,” Loeffler said in a press release. “I’m confident that under the leadership of President Trump, and with counsel from this task force, we will be able to safely reengage in a vibrant society that supports our lives and livelihoods. Armed with information, testing and clear guidance, we will be able to take decisive action, collaborate with the public and private sectors, and reignite our economy while keeping families safe. We know that once they feel safe, the American people will be ready to get back to their everyday lives – their jobs, schools, churches and local businesses. I’m honored to dedicate my decades of private-sector expertise to these historic efforts to jump-start our country and ensure Georgians can get back to business quickly and safely.”
Loeffler joins other Georgia business leaders who had already been named to the task force.
As a member of the bipartisan task force, Loeffler will provide counsel to President Trump and collaborate with other task force members on reopening America in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. As a businesswoman with nearly 30 years of experience in the private sector, Loeffler is the only chartered financial analyst in Congress.