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Marty Kemp


Marty Kemp, First Lady of Georgia, is a small business owner and community volunteer. A graduate of Clarke Central High School and the University of Georgia, Marty began her business career at her family’s travel agency, World Wide Travel. She later joined her husband, Governor Kemp, at Kemp Development and Construction Company where they developed numerous projects throughout the region.

Married for over twenty years, the Kemps have three daughters – Jarrett, Lucy, and Amy Porter. While raising their girls, Marty has served as a substitute teacher, pre-school teacher, and volunteer at their school. The Kemp Family is active in their community and are also long-standing members of Emmanuel Episcopal Church.

As Georgia’s First Lady, Marty will combat human trafficking, promote the Georgia Grown Initiative, and support animal welfare. She is also the Co-Chair of the GRACE Commission alongside Speaker Pro Tem Jan Jones and GBI Director Vic Reynolds.

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