McCormick is the principal chief of the Lower Muskogee Creek Tribe. She is the counselor for the tribe’s program Muskogee Vocational Rehabilitation. McCormick earned a bachelor’s degree in Theology at Oval Bible College. She and her husband, Nealie, have two children and three grandchildren. They reside in Pelham.
The Statewide Independent Living Council is a systems advocacy and planning organization. The council works for systemic change in the areas that are the biggest barriers to people with disabilities participating fully in their communities. In itscurrent 3-year plan, the areas the council is focused on are: Accessible Housing, Healthcare, Assistive Technology, and Transportation.
BAIN, (Bainbridge Advocacy Individual Network), serves the following counties in Southwest Georgia: Baker, Calhoun, Clay, Decatur, Early, Grady, Miller, Mitchell, Randolph, Seminole, and Thomas. BAIN can be reached at 246-0150 or at its web site, www.baincil.org