Sometimes missing a day of school is life-changing.
“When I was 15 years old, my mom planned a “field trip” for us to participate in the final day of the Georgia legislative session. She had started lobbying with a group of moms and grandmothers, the Georgia Eagles, and she thought I would benefit from seeing government in action. That spark of excitement being part of the legislative process ignited my passion for politics, and I became a second-generation Eagle… Before I knew it, I was attending Eagle Council with my mom and stirring controversy as a columnist for my school newspaper…Taking my cues and lessons from Phyllis and the Eagles…”
– Lori Cole Waters (former D.C. Exec. Dir)Lori (Cole) Waters