Governor Brian P. Kemp

Brian Kemp is a husband, father, businessman, and public servant. On November 6, 2018, he was elected as Georgia's 83rd Governor, earning more votes than any gubernatorial candidate in state history.

First Lady Marty Kemp

Marty Kemp

First Lady of Georgia

Co-Chair of the GRACE Commission

Marty Kemp is a small business owner, community volunteer, wife, and mother of three daughters.

Trey Kilpatrick

Trey Kilpatrick

Chief of Staff

Trey Kilpatrick joined Senator Isakson in 2009. He served Senator Isakson as Political Director, State Director, and Campaign Manager before becoming Deputy Chief of Staff. Kilpatrick has served as Vice President for Government and Community Affairs for Georgia State University since February 2020.

David Dove

Executive Counsel

A proud “Double Dawg” and Athens, Georgia native, David Dove holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Juris Doctor from the University of Georgia. Dove resides with his family in Marietta where he is Chairman of the City's Ethics Committee.

Photograph of Lauren Curry

Lauren Curry

Chief Operating Officer

Curry previously served as Director of Government Affairs and Policy for Governor Kemp. Prior to joining the Governor’s Office, Curry served as Deputy Director of the Georgia Environmental Protection Division, Chief of Staff for the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency, Director of Public and Governmental Affairs at the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Special Projects Director at the Georgia Department of Economic Development, and press aide to Governor Sonny Perdue. Curry earned a bachelor’s degree in Government and Business Economics from Wofford College and a master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Georgia.


Bert Brantley

Deputy Chief of Staff - External Affairs

Brantley most recently served as Chief Operating Officer of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, appointed to that role by Governor Nathan Deal in 2017. During Governor Sonny Perdue's second term (2006-2011), Brantley was first hired as Press Secretary and ultimately served as the Perdue Administration's Director of Communications. With more than 20 years of experience in state government, Brantley has held other roles at the Department of Driver Services, State Road & Tollway Authority, and Department of Transportation.