So, it’s public. I am very excited to announce that I will be joining Georgia Life Alliance as their executive director on January 22nd.
I’m going to miss seeing my human trafficking friends on a frequent basis, but know our paths will continue to cross in my new roll and that our friendships have surpassed the level of colleague and will continue despite this change.And I know at both the Attorney General’s Office and in entire State of Georgia, I am leaving the work in the most capable of hands.
I went to law school expecting I would end up in the pro-life movement and I’ve always bee moderately surprised where God has led me. Apparently, I had the end right, but did not know the amazing journey I would take to get there. This opportunity feels like a perfect gift at the perfect time. My husband was killed by a stranger who did not have respect for his life. I am looking forward to working with Georgia Life Alliance as it advocates on behalf of the lives of all vulnerable human life.
I’ve loved my time working for the vulnerable children who are trafficked by predators, and looking forward to advocating for human life on a broader scale.