Randolph for Georgia
Randolph for Georgia

  • Faith and Family at the Foundation

    Dawn lives in Henry County with her husband, Chris and their three rescue cats, Bentley, Ferrari and Lamborghini. Dawn is an army brat whose father, Jim, retired from the Army and mother, Maggie, served as a reservist. Dawn and Chris are members of Christ the King Catholic Church and support charitable organizations such as the Atlanta Humane Society, Goodwill North Georgia and the Georgia State University Foundation. Dawn mentors young professional men and women entering the public sector as well as through her sorority, Gamma Phi Beta International Sorority, Inc.

    A Heart for Service

    Dawn served as a congressional aide to Senator Sam Nunn in the state office handling veterans’ affairs, natural resources, small business concerns and local governmental issues. Dawn received a Master Degree in Public Administration from Georgia State University while working full time for the American Heart Association and then the Georgia Department of Community Affairs as a Local Government Consultant. 

    An Experienced Advocate

    Over the past 30 years, Dawn has been assisting statewide non-profits and associations advocate for consumer protection, access to health care and open government. A small business owner, Randolph consults non-profits and associations to maximize resources and advocates for their critical areas. Her success includes working with legislators, passing bills and securing funding for services for people with disabilities, mental health and substance use disorder programs.