Georgia’s deepwater ports in are Georgia’s gateways to the world. They are the critical conduits through which raw materials and finished products flow to and from destinations around the globe.
As a state authority, a 13-member Board of Directors governs the activities of the GPA. The Board is appointed by the Governor, from the state at large, to serve four-year, staggered terms. An executive director, an experienced international transportation professional, implements policy directives, administrative duties and managerial controls.
As one of the state’s largest public employers, the GPA directly employs more than 1,300 trained logistics professionals. The GPA, however, is responsible for generating far more employment throughout the state. GPA operations, together with private sector, port-related operations, account for more than 439,000 jobs throughout the state annually and contribute $25 billion in income, $106 billion in revenue and $2.9 billion in state and local taxes to Georgia’s economy.
Learn more about the Georgia Ports Authority’s Board of Directors.
Learn more about the Georgia Ports Authority’s Leadership Team.
Learn more about the Georgia Ports Authority’s departments.