Macon, GA – According to the state officials, Governor Brian Kemp released the following statement:
“Over the last three years, Trey’s dedicated leadership as Chief of Staff has enabled our administration to deliver on the promises I made to the people of our state and keep Georgia the best place to live, work, and raise a family.
After an exemplary career in public service, the Kemp family, the Governor’s Office staff who worked alongside him around the clock, and the countless people who interacted with Trey during his time in our administration are all deeply grateful for his years of service and excited for him as he enters the private sector.”
Governor Kemp also announced the following changes to his senior staff team:
- Current Deputy Chief of Staff Lauren Curry will become Chief of Staff, also effective January 15, becoming the first female to step into the role on a permanent basis in Georgia’s history.
- Current Director of Government Affairs and Policy Brad Bohannon will become Deputy Chief of Staff, effective the same date.