Meg Robinson is the executive director of the Georgia Alliance for Progress, Georgia’s in-state donor collaborative committed to building and funding progressive infrastructure. She comes to this role with nearly two decades of political, policy, governmental affairs and legal experience in Georgia. Meg served previously as chief of staff and general counsel to former state Sen. Jason Carter and senior adviser to his 2014 campaign for governor. Her other previous experience includes practicing law in the DeKalb County, Ga., District Attorney’s office where she oversaw juvenile court diversion programs, as well serving as the first full-time executive director of the League of Women Voters of Georgia.

Meg graduated from the Georgia State University College of Law with honors in trial skills and highest distinction in pro bono service to the community. A third-generation graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, she is a very proud Carolina basketball fan.
Meg lives with her family in Decatur, Ga.