Kelly Stewart served on the City Council and as Mayor Pro Tem for the City of Johns Creek and on the Board of Directors for the Georgia Municipal Association. As a corporate executive, Kelly served as Vice President of Human Resources for a national company.
Kelly was appointed by Georgia Governor Nathan Deal to serve on the Board of Directors and School Board for the Department of Juvenile Justice. She also serves as the Georgia State Director for Christians United For Israel and the Leadership Councils for Israel Bonds, Friends of the IDF, and Birthright Israel.
During Kelly’s career, she has worked at the local, state, and federal levels of government. At the federal level, Kelly worked on Capitol Hill in the US House of Representatives; at the state level, in the University System of Georgia; and at the local level, as a County Administrator and an elected official.
Kelly is a recorded pianist, singer, and song writer. She was the inaugural president of the Buckhead Republican Women. She received a citation from the Governor for her volunteer work in Junior Achievement and a commendation for Georgia’s work in Christians United For Israel.
Kelly received her Master’s degree in City Planning from Georgia Tech, Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration from Brenau University, and Associate’s degree in Psychology from Gainesville State College.
Kelly is married to Tom Stewart and they make their home in Johns Creek and are active members of First Baptist Church Atlanta where Kelly sings in the Atlanta Worship Choir. The Stewarts lobby Congress on behalf of the American-Israel relationship.
2018 Republican Primary
Georgia House District 50