Gov. Kemp announced that Curry has officially been sworn in as Chief of Staff for the Governor’s Office, making history as the first female to assume the role permanently in the state

Macon, GA – According to the state officials, Lauren Curry has served in leadership positions in multiple state agencies, including in the office of former Governor Sonny Perdue and the administration of former Governor Nathan Deal.

During her time in state government, she has worked at the Department of Economic Development, the Department of Natural Resources, the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency, and the Georgia Environmental Protection Division.

She has worked for the First Family as Director of Government Affairs and Policy, Chief Operating Officer, and Deputy Chief of Staff prior to this role.

Curry fills the role vacated by Trey Kilpatrick, who will now serve as Senior Vice President of External Affairs at Georgia Power. The Kemp family thanks Kilpatrick, his wife Sally, and their children for his years of impactful service, strong leadership, and invaluable guidance, and wishes the entire Kilpatrick family many happy years as they embark on this new chapter.

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