A native of Greenville, S.C., Annette has been a longtime resident of Floyd County.

She received a BS Degree from the University of South Carolina, a master’s degree from Georgia State University and recently received an Ed. S  Degree from the University of Alabama.  She currently is a retired guidance counselor from the Floyd County Schools.

Her community involvement:

  • Founder of Floyd Against Drugs
  • Board Member of Rome Symphony Orchestra
  • Past President Garden Study Group Garden Club
  • Committees at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
  • Board Member of the Episcopal Foundation for the Diocese of Atlanta
  • Volunteer with Teen Maze
  • Previous volunteer with Sexual Assault Center
  • Former member of the Episcopal Charities Foundation Committee

She has two grown children, Scott and Vann Morris

The nominators for Annette all agreed: “She has a heart filled with compassion, love, generosity, courage and loyalty to others.”