Ann S. Brumbaugh
Ann began her legal career as a criminal prosecutor in the Atlanta area, handling misdemeanors for the DeKalb County Solicitor’s Office and then felonies as an Assistant District Attorney in Gwinnett County. As a criminal prosecutor, Ann was lead attorney in over twenty-five jury trials in a three and a half year period, as well as numerous bench trials, motions, and criminal appeals.
Ann then spent seven years as an Assistant Attorney General, where she became an expert in georgia administrative law. Ann primarily represented the Professional Standards Commission in teacher ethics cases and the State of Georgia Election Board in election fraud cases, but Ann also litigated constitutional issues, appearing before the Eleventh Circuit. Ann observed the 2010 redistricting process, defended numerous judges in mandamus and prohibition actions, resolved cases pending before the State Ethics Board, represented the Georgia Fitness Board, and submitted several Georgia election laws for federal preclearance under Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.
In 2012, Ann left the Office of the Attorney General and spent eighteen months leading a bi-partisan committee tasked by Secretary of State Brian Kemp to re-draft the Georgia Election Code. Ann is an expert in georgia election law.
Ann is married and has two children. In her spare time, Ann reads and walks her dog. Ann attends St. Luke’s Episcopal Church and sits on the Board of the Echo Ridge Recreation Club and the Echo Ridge Ragin’ Rays Booster Club. She also helps plan the annual Gala held by the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation to raise money for a cure for Type 1 diabeties. She is currently on the Executive Committee of JDRF Georgia and serve as Advocacy Chair. Ann received a B.A. in English and History from the College of William & Mary and a J.D. from the University of Michigan.