Marty Kemp continues work to give a voice to the voiceless 6 years into being GA’s First Lady

Human trafficking, bullying, and mental health awareness are all issues First Lady Marty Kemp has helped her husband Gov. Brian Kemp tackle during his six years in office.

In an exclusive interview, the first lady sat down with Channel 2′s Karyn Greer to discuss why she has become a voice for the voiceless and how her family has influenced all of her decisions.

“I’m just a small business owner with my husband, who happens to be the governor of this great state,” Kemp said.

Kemp can be seen right next to her partner of nearly 30 years during the legislative sessions at the State Capitol, crisscrossing the state when disaster hits and leading the way when it comes to issues involving children and vulnerable adults.

“It’s horrific. These children, our children are getting their lives stolen from them, and that is not acceptable for our great state. I don’t want the state of Georgia to have that black eye on them,” Kemp told Greer.

The first lady made a public service announcement with the help of media mogul Tyler Perry to bring awareness to how often and easily people are being trafficked in Georgia.

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