Lt. Governor's Staff

OFFICE STAFF

  • Bo Butler, Chief of Staff - Bo brings national political experience to the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, having worked both in the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives for members of the Georgia delegation.  As a congressional staffer, he worked closely with Georgia businesses and citizens to advance their priorities at the federal level.  He is a native of Middle Georgia and graduated from the University of Mississippi.
  • Kim Crowell, Constituent Services - Kim served as a legislative assistant with the Georgia State Senate for nine years before joining the Lt. Governor’s office in 2008. During that time, she served as the committee secretary for the Ethics and Special Judiciary Committees alongside former State Senator Michael S. Meyer von Bremen. Kim is a graduate of Clayton State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology and Human Services.
  • Macy McFall, Office Manager - Before joining the Lt. Governor's office in 2018, Macy served the Senate Majority Caucus as a Legislative Assistant for three years. In this role, she assisted the Majority Caucus Chairman and Senate Members with a variety of legislative and administrative matters. Macy holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Alabama, and is currently attending Georgia State University College of Law. 
  • Irene Munn, General Counsel and Director of Policy - Irene Munn joined the Lt. Governor’s office with over twenty years of political and legal experience. Previously, Irene served as an Assistant District Attorney for Douglas County, Legislative Advisor to the Georgia District Attorneys’ Association, and Director of Public Affairs for the Georgia Sheriffs Association.  Irene is a graduate of the University of Georgia and Georgia State University College of Law. 
  • Roy A. Neill, Director of External Affairs - Roy attended Florida State University and later served as Political Director on several statewide campaigns in Florida. Most recently, Roy worked for Group CSE, a veteran full-service marketing agency in Atlanta, as a Sport Property/Sponsorship Management Consultant. Roy has his Master's Degree in Sport Business.
  • Taylor Schindler, Legislative Liaison - Taylor began his professional career working with the Georgia Republican Party after attending the University of Georgia where he studied history.  In 2012, he joined the Lieutenant Governor where he has since served in a variety of roles in the Office of the Lieutenant Governor.

  • Danny Kanso, Press Secretary - Following his education at the University of Georgia, where he earned both undergraduate and graduate degrees, Danny joined the Lt. Governor’s office. After focusing on a wide range of policy and legislative issues, Danny transitioned to leading the Lt. Governor’s communications team as Press Secretary. 

  • Evelyn Thomas, Personal Assistant and Scheduler - Evelyn served as legislative assistant to Senator Mitch Seabaugh and Senator Dan Moody prior to joining the Lt. Governor's staff.  Evelyn came to the State Senate with extensive experience in corporate executive level administrative support and strong communication, organizational and interpersonal skills.  She is actively involved in church and community organizations.  Evelyn attended Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee and studied speech and communication.

FIELD STAFF

In order to be more easily accessible to citizens throughout Georgia, the Lt. Governor's office provides field representatives to serve the state outside the metro Atlanta area.  These field representatives attend events and meetings on behalf of the Lt. Governor and are available to assist with issues pertaining to their regions.

  • Michael Reilly, Field Representative - A native of Blue Ridge, Georgia, Michael moved to Atlanta in 2014. He began his career as a Government Affairs Intern for the Georgia Chamber of Commerce. Since then, he has served in the Lt. Governor's Office as a Policy Fellow, Support Staff, and more recently as Field Representative. Michael currently attends Georgia State University, working towards completion of his Bachelor's Degree in Political Science with a minor in Sociology.

INTERNS & AIDES

  • Caitlin O'Dea, Legislative Aide - Caitlin is a third year Political Science and Communication Studies double major at the University of Georgia. She has previously worked as a Policy and Government Affairs Intern at both the Georgia Department of Transportation and the Georgia Chamber of Commerce. She is excited to spend her second legislative session under the Gold Dome with the Lt. Governor's office. 
     
  • Payton Reisinger, Public Policy Intern - Payton is a fourth year Public Policy and Economics double major at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Joining the office in 2016, she has planned and executed the Lt. Governor's Ninth and Tenth Annual Business and Education Summits. Payton's previous work experience includes serving as a Government Relations Intern with the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, a Student Trainee with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, and as a Budget and Economic Policy Intern for United States Senator David Perdue. 
     
  • Michael Thompson, Policy Aide - Michael comes to the Lt. Governor's office while in his second year at the University of Georgia School of Law. Michael is an honor graduate of the University of Georgia. Previously, he served as a congressional fellow for Congressman Doug Collins (GA-9) in Washington, D.C. and as a clerk for Georgia's Court of Appeals Judge John Ellington.