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Executive Board


Tona'e Clements
- Current President

Tona’e L. Clements was born and raised in metro Atlanta. She is employed by the Atlanta Police Department where she is the GCIC Warrant Technician Supervisor and a secondary TAC. She is also a General Instructor in the Atlanta Police Academy and holds various P.O.S.T. and State Certifications in Law Enforcement affairs. Tona’e L. Clements is the Past President (2015-2016) for the TAC association and is very proud to be appointed by the TAC Board and serve as President Elect for the remainder of the 2016-2017 fiscal year. She has volunteered her time and talent in supporting the TAC Board and its members. Tona’e is the eldest daughter of Mr. Alfred L. Harris (deceased) and Dr. Lena C. Harris (Educator), a wife, a mother, mother-in-law and the proud grandmother of 2 beautiful grandchildren. I believe in giving back to the community by volunteering with several organizations in the Metro Atlanta area (O.E.S., Atlanta Food Bank, Georgia Public Broadcasting TV, Peachtree Road Race, Atlanta Furniture Bank, Habitat for Humanity and the GA TAC Association), just to name a few. “Ain’t no mountain high enough, ain’t no river wide enough, ain’t no valley low enough to keep me from serving the law enforcement communities of Georgia.”

Atlanta Police Dept

Shandel Graham
- Elect President

Macon-Bibb E911 Communications Center

Leah Lumley
- Past President

Hello, my name is Leah Lumley, I am the President for the Georgia TAC Association and I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. I was born and raised in Toombs County, Georgia and now reside in Johnson County, Georgia. I began my public safety career back in 2006 with Tattnall County as a Communications Officer, that is where I fell in love with my job and ever since then, I have never worked a day in my life. I worked 5 years in Tattnall County and got to know many people within the industry, got remarried and relocated to Johnson County in 2011. I then began working with Emanuel County E-911, where I was sent to attend a training course to be TAC certified, in return I was then appointed Primary TAC for the agency. In 2013, I had the opportunity come before me of Communications Training Coordinator where I am currently employed with Jefferson County, Georgia. I am an active Georgia Terminal Agency Coordinator member and take my duties and responsibilities very seriously. I maintain all GCIC records as well as Security and Integrity training, and make sure these records are kept up-to-date and that my operators are always informed of any changes that may arise within GCIC. Since I have been here at Jefferson County, I have begun the task of developing an in-service program that has become very beneficial to the continuing education of my operators. In addition to the in-service training, I also write a monthly newsletter where I include important dates, training scenarios as well as stories that revolve around the life of public safety. The TAC Association is a wonderful organization to be involved in and I have and will continue to recommend everyone to be a part of the organization. Each of us are here to assist you and your agencies needs.

Jefferson County E911

Emily Hamilton
- Secretary

Hello. My name is Emily Hamilton and I have worked for the Georgia Forestry Commission since 1996. I have been the primary TAC since 2011 when I also became a member of the TAC Association. I am looking forward to serving on the board this year and am honored to be part of this great association.

Georgia Forestry Comission

Kandy Marchman
- Treasurer

Oconee County Sheriffs Office

Annie Bess
- Vice President Central

Hi, My name is Annie Ruth Roundtree-Bess and I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. I was born in Wheeler County by Mid-Wife at home. I graduate from Wheeler County High School in Alamo, GA 1985. I started at Heart of Georgia Tech College in 1985. At that time my mother was diagnosed with Diabetes and my education was put on hold take care for my mother. My first job was at Hardees in McRae, GA when my mother health got better. In 1987, I moved to Baxley and began working at Piggly Wiggly. Needing more money, I left Piggly Wiggly and began working at Americord, in 1989. I left Americord after 9 years and worked at Telfair Sheriff Office in Telfair County for about a year. August, 1997, I applied at the McRae Police Department for employment and on August 15, 1997, I started my first day on the job. I am proud to say it has been great and I’ve worked with many great people since I’ve been at McRae Police Department. During this time I have received a certificate for Radio operator, Terminal operator, terminal agency coordinator (TAC), and certified Clerk of Court. Outside my work at McRae PD, I have received my Associate Degree in Business and am currently working on my Associate Degree in Criminal Justice both at Oconee Fall Technical College (OFTC). In additional to being educated, I have been Blessed with two healthy children and three-grandchildren. My daughter Condola was born in 1987 and she has two girls 6 & 2 yrs.old and a 5 mth old boy. My son Roy III, was born in 2001. I am very proud of my babies and love them to the moon and back. I’ve only been married once for 15 years after dating for four years. I have recently been awarded The 2014 TAC of the year and voted in as VP of Central Region of Georgia. I have the seat as treasure for the OES Earnest Chapter No.17 of McRae GA for the past 10 years. I attend St. John AME where the Rev. James E. Days is my pastor along with first lady Dorothy Days of Ailey GA. The things I love most in life are my children, my family, my relationship with God, reading, watching westerns and being a sports mom (football, baseball, and basketball).

McRae-Helena Police Department

Ray Dohm
- Vice President Metro Atlanta

My name is Ray Dohm and I am the Communications Supervisor and Primary TAC for the Lawrenceville Police Dept in Gwinnett County. I have been with the Department for 15 years. I previously worked for the Duluth Police Dept, Suwanee Police Dept and Gwinnett County Police Dept in Communications. I have been a TAC since 1998 and I am a Past President of the TAC Association (2009 - 2010)

Lawrenceville Police Dept

Leigh Wood
- Vice President Northeast

My name is Leigh Stallings-Wood and I am excited about being your new VP Northeast. I have been part of the TAC Association since the 90's (whew--telling my age). I am a native of Habersham County and have been in Public Safety for 25yrs. 24 of those with Hall County 9-1-1. My husband, Ronald and I live in Clarkesville, GA and I have two children. Alexandria (Alex), who has followed my footsteps and is also involved in Public Safety and Bobby. I have a passion for teaching, children and helping others in general. I truly believe that together we can make a difference. If I can help in any way please feel free to contact me. My office number is 770-531-6761 or and my personal email is

Hall County E911

Tasha Tolbert
- Vice President Northwest

My name is Tasha Tolbert and I am a lifetime residence of Dawson County, Georgia. In 2003, I graduated from the Dawson County High School. My husband Matt and I have been married for 13 year and we have 4 kid that are world revolves around. In my spare time I enjoy camping, reading and spending quality time with my family, friends and church family. I am employed with Forsyth County 911, where I am a CTO, and OIC. I have been an active TAC and TAC member since 2007. I am honored and so great full to be apart of this wonderful organization and look forward to serving each and everyone of you.

Forsyth County 911

Martha Culbreth
- Vice President Southeast

Emanuel County E911

Marion Aunspaugh
- Vice President Southwest

I began my career at Early County Sheriff’s Department in January 2001 in the 911 mapping department. In May 2002, I became a radio operator and was certified as a terminal operator in August of the same year. In 2007, I was certified as a TAC. I was appointed Primary TAC and 9-1-1 Director in 2008, a position within the department that I held until 2016. I am now the Director of the Early County Sheriff's Communication Center. I look forward to serving as Vice President Southwest.

Early County Sheriffs Office

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