Jenn McNeely
Jennifer McNeely, Esq.

Jennifer McNeely, Esq.

Jennifer McNeely joined NewPowerPAC as a volunteer in 2014. She is an attorney and has focused her practice in the areas of campaign finance compliance, election law, legislative consultation, statutory interpretation, administrative law, and government affairs on the federal and state levels. She has extensive state executive and legislative branch work experience, having served in various roles in the offices of Governor Sonny Perdue, Lt. Governor Casey Cagle, and former-Senate Majority Whip Cecil Staton.  Ms. McNeely has represented individuals, small businesses, elected officials, political action committees, and campaign committees before regulatory and administrative boards.  She has advised state officials on a wide range of legal matters related to Georgia’s prescription drug monitoring program, campus carry, immigration reform, Georgia’s title ad valorem tax, and criminal justice reform.  Ms. McNeely has championed the passage of legislation and advocated on behalf of various citizenry groups before state and federal regulators.  In her spare time, Ms. McNeely volunteers with non-partisan advocacy groups focused on educating women on how to become civically involved on the state and local levels.

Ms. McNeely received her Bachelors of Arts degree in Business Administration and Management from Georgia State University. She later went on to acquire her law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law.  Ms. McNeely was active in UGA Law’s advocacy programs, competing as member of the moot court, mock trial and negotiation teams. Ms. McNeely served as president of UGA Law’s Federalist Society and secretary of the Black Law Student Association.  Jennifer and her husband Michael live in the suburbs of Atlanta.


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