Sarah Douglas, Chairman
Sarah Douglas Communications LLC
In 2007, Sarah Douglas, former executive director of the Atlanta Press Club, started Sarah Douglas Communications, LLC. The independent PR and media relations firm helps clients with media relations, public relations, marketing and event planning by delivering innovative projects with detailed and consistent service. Before taking over the Atlanta Press Club in 2003, Sarah worked as Development Director at the YWCA in Northwest Georgia where she handled all aspects of the fundraising and promotion for the organization. She majored in broadcast communications at Elon University in North Carolina.
Bobbie D. Frantz, Treasurer and Communications Chairman
Retired Legal Administrator
Bobbie Frantz is a retired Legal Administrator having worked at the same law firm for over 33 years. Ms. Frantz handled human resources, company benefits, managed the computer systems, made major purchases for the firm, handled all financial matters including trust accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, billing and collections, and tax deposits. Ms. Frantz directed the evolution of the firm from an IMB Selectric Typewriter to a Wang multi-user system, then to a networked DOS based computer system and eventually to Windows.
A native Georgian, Ms. Frantz has remained active since retirement by volunteering for various organizations in DeKalb County She currently serves as Webmaster for several diverse organizations by designing and maintaining the websites. She also serves as Treasurer and Communications Director of several organizations.
Rose Wing, Assistant Treasurer
Independent Legal Professional
Rose Wing is an independent legal professional in the Atlanta area after serving from 1987-2007 in the Cobb County District Attorneys Judicial Circuit office as an Assistant District Attorney.
A native of Cobb County, Ms. Wing is actively involved with the Cobb Historical Society and is a member of the Leadership Cobb Alumni Association. She is also a recent graduate of the Conservative Policy Leadership Institute.
Toria Morgan, Immediate Past President
Toria Morgan is a veteran political activist. She has advised and managed many political campaigns and has served in numerous areas of service in the political arena.
Ms. Morgan has volunteered for diverse organizations such as The Georgia Christian Coalition, Friends of Cobb Arts, and the Cobb County Neighborhood Safety Commission. She served as President of the Leadership Cobb Alumni Association and the Cobb County Arts Board, and is currently serving on the State Agriculture Steering Committee. She recently stepped down as a member of the Cobb County Ethics Board.
Member at Large
Past Chairman of the Georgia Republican Party
Sue Everhart was elected as the first woman Chairman of the Georgia Republican Party in May of 2007 and was re-elected in 2009. When she was re-elected in May of 2011, Charman Everhart became the first Chairman to serve three consecutive terms.
In 2008, 2011 & 2012, Sue was selected by Georgia Trend Magazine as one of the 100 Most Influential Georgians and as a Notable Georgian in 2013. She was also named to the 2012 James’ Most Influential list by James Magazine. In addition, she was chosen as one of ten women in the United States to be honored as a “Woman of Achievement” by the RNC in 2009. In the April 2010 issue of Campaigns & Elections Magazine, journalist Aaron Gould Sheinin identified Chairman Everhart as one of the Top 10 Republican Georgia Influencers.
Currently, Sue serves on the Advisory Board for the Cobb County Symphony and Kennesaw State University’s Advisory Board for the Political Science Masters Program. Along with being a former member of the RNC Standing Committee on Rules and Ethics Committees, she is the past Chairman of the Cobb Board of Elections, the former Chairman of the Cultural Arts Board of Cobb County and a former Board Member of the Cobb County Convention and Visitors Bureau. She is a former bank Vice President. Chairman Sue Everhart lives in Marietta with her son Edward and is a member of John Knox’s Presbyterian Church.