Congressman Jody Hice was born in Atlanta and raised in Tucker, Georgia. Representative Hice graduated from Asbury College, earned his Master’s degree from Southwestern Seminary as well as a Doctor of Ministry from Luther Rice University. Congressman Hice served as pastor in three Georgia counties for almost 25 years, and went on to launch the Jody Hice Show, a conservative talk radio program. Congressman Hice and his wife of over thirty years, Dee Dee, reside in Greene County and have two daughters and four grandchildren. Congressman Hice took office in 2015 as the representative of Georgia’s 10th Congressional District and serves on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee and the House Natural Resources Committee. For the 115th Congress, he will serve as Vice Chairman of the Subcommittee on Government Operations for the Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
Asbury College; Southwestern Seminary, M.A.
Luther Rice University, Doctor of Ministry.