Carl H. McRae

Carl H. McRae

Carl H. McRae, Member

Recently retired, Carl McRae served as director of special projects, veterans affairs, at the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency in Atlanta, where he oversaw a statewide program to increase the number of veterans with disabilities served through the agency. Prior to assuming that role, McRae served as state director of vocational rehabilitation in Georgia and executive director of the Georgia Business Enterprise Program, which licenses and manages people who are blind to operate food service and vending operations throughout the state through the Division of Rehabilitation Services under the authority of the federal Randolph-Sheppard Act.

Mr. McRae holds a bachelor of arts degree in criminal justice and a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling from Fort Valley State College, as well as a divinity degree in pastoral care and counseling from the Gammon School of Theology. A graduate of the National Rehabilitation Leadership Institute, a joint program of The George Washington University and San Diego State University, he earned his certified public manager designation from the University of Georgia Carl Vinson Institute, and also attended Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Leadership in Government.