BioRepresentative Laura Hall was elected in 1993.
She received a B.A. in biology from Morris College, a Masters degree in science education from Ohio State University, and certification in K-12 administration from Alabama A&M University.
Representative Hall spent 33 years in education, 25 of those at J.O. Johnson High School. She retired as Assistant to the President for at-Risk Students and Special Projects at Calhoun Community College in Decatur.
Representative Hall serves as chairperson of the Governor's Commission on AIDS.
She serves as chairperson of the Alabama House of Representatives Black Caucus.
She and her husband, John, are the parents of a daughter, Janeka, and the grandparents of Darren, Breana, and Mia.