Robbin Shipp

for Labor Commissioner




Valarie Wilson

for State School Sup.




Connie Stokes

for Lt. Governor



Vice Chair of Georgia’s WIN List, Jenna Moore Colvin and her husband, Heath, welcomed their first child into the world last week!

Nathan Max Colvin was born at 4:00 a.m. on February 17th weighing 8.1 pounds and measuring 21 inches. 

We congratulate Jenna and Heath on their new bundle of joy and look forward to seeing little Nate at future WIN List events.

Leave Jenna a kind word on our facebook page or just add a comment to this post! 

Want to see more  more pictures of Nate?

ps – We hear Nate’s first “official” WIN event will be our upcoming Legislative Breakfast on March 23rd


Georgia CapitolPlease join Georgia’s WIN List for our 2011 Legislative Breakfast where we will receive a legislative update from WIN-endorsed women in the House and Senate Leadership.

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011
8:00 – 9:30 am
Mary Mac’s Tea Room
224 Ponce de Leon Ave.
Atlanta, GA 30308
8:00-9:30 am

 Host Committee
(in formation)
Lauren Benedict, Melissa Carter & Natalie Woodward, Hon. Stacey Evans,
Tedra Hobson, Libby Johnson, Jane Kidd, Jan Selman

RSVP: Anna Beck
Phone: 404-333-1655

Your support TODAY goes directly to funding our efforts in the recruitment, training and election of progressive women in Georgia.


WIN List is happy to introduce our final new board member, Caroline McNulty.  I suspect that many of you already know Caroline well!

Caroline is a leader in Democratic political campaigns in Georgia and South Carolina and has been active in politics at the state and national levels for over 18 years.  Her passion for campaigns and expertise in fundraisin, events and organization led her to start Caroline McNulty, Inc. (CMI), a fundraising consulting firm, in 2005.  Most recently, she was recruited to run the finance operation for Gov. Roy Barnes’ gubernatorial campagin, raising over $15 million for one of the top three governors’ races in the country in 2010.  In April of 2010, Politics Magazine, named her “The best professional Democratic fundraiser in the state.”

Prior to starting CMI, Caroline worked for the Democratic Party of Georgia (2003-2005), the Barnes for Governor Campaigns (1998 and 2002) and for the Georgia Senate Democratic Campaign Committee (1997).  From 1999 to 2001, Caroline worked in Law and Government Affairs at AT&T.  Caroline’s work at AT&T focused on strategic planning, managing relationships with non-profit organizations and coordinating outreach with elected officials.

Before moving to Georgia, Caroline served as Executive Director and Director of Special Events at the North Carolina Democratic Party.  Her previous experience also includes work in national politics where she worked for the Democratic National Convention Committee, the Clinton/Gore Presidential Campaign, the Presidential Transition Team, the Office of the Vice President, legislative affairs at the Peace Corp and for the Women’s Leadership Forum of the Democratic National Committee.

Caroline earned a B.A. in Political Science at the University of South Carolina.  She lives in Mrietta, Georgia with her three children.