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Margaret Kaiser's Biography
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Margaret D. Kaiser
Husband: Eric; 2 Sons: Willem, Ewan
BA, Liberal Studies, Emory University
Former Representative, Georgia House of Representatives, District 59, 2006-2016
Member, Dirty Truth Campaign, Working Families Coalition, present
Former Member, Agriculture and Consumer Affairs Committee, Georgia House of Representatives
Former Member, Education Committee, Georgia State House of Representatives
Former Member, Health and Human Services Committee, Georgia State House of Representatives
Former Member, Subcommittee on Education, Georgia State House of Representatives
President, Kaiser Dough and Pizza Concepts, present
Co-Owner, Cabbagetown Grill
Member, Constituent Affairs, Secretary of State of Georgia
Business Manager, Grant Central/Grant Central East Pizza
Employed, The Atlanta Project, The Carter Center in Public Information
President, Turner Field Pizza Business
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Member, Kiwanis Club of Atlanta, 1994-present
Miriam, Saint Mary's Hospital, present
Member, Young Men's Christian Association, Carver, present
Member, Friends of the Grant Park Pool, present
Member, Grant Park Conservancy, present
Founding Member/Personnel Chair/Board Chair Elect, Neighborhood Charter School, present
Member, Leadership Georgia, 2010
Graduate, University of Virginia Emerging Political Leadership Program, 2009
Graduate, University of Georgia Legislative Leadership Institute, 2008
Atlanta JournalConstitution, 2005-2007
Completed, University of Georgia 25th Biennial Institute Program, 2007
Graduate, Center for Dispute Resolution/Mediation Training Program, 2004
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