By Georgia, I Think I Did It!
Last Friday, I was conferred a Master of Arts from the University of Georgia in Political Science. My final paper was on Women’s Electoral Success in the GOP. I worked on this paper in different forms for 5 years. It does not normally take 5 years to finish an advanced degree, but I was working, changing jobs and recovering for
When Life Imitates…
I haven’t had much time to write since I started my new job with Governor Kemp. I’m very lucky to be able to travel the state to talk to constituents and groups that need to interact with the state government and show them that we will come to you and help you be heard. Brian Kemp is that kind of
Getting Back to Basics
I’m going back to school today and I can’t wait. Not for the whole semester but to meet with my advisor and the represent the Governor at Chuck Bullock’s class. One of the best things about my job is getting out and representing the 83rd Governor with people–young and old, of all backgrounds–Georgians! And I love it. I know it’s