Sally's BioSally Kilpatrick advises a diverse set of clients on state legislative and regulatory issues with a focus on healthcare, energy, education and economic development policy. Sally joined Cornerstone’s Atlanta, Georgia office in September 2015 and has more than 10 years of experience providing strategic advice to the private sector.
Prior to joining Cornerstone, Sally served as vice president of government affairs at the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, the state’s largest business advocacy organization. Through her seven-year tenure at the Chamber, Sally developed an extensive background managing legislative and regulatory issues in the policy areas of water, energy, education, economic development and health care. While at the Chamber, Sally served on the Technology Association of Georgia’s Government Affairs Taskforce and the Georgia Water Alliance. She managed the Georgia Chamber’s Local Chamber Legislative Ad Hoc Committee and legislative affairs for Chamber’s Small Business Advisory Council.
She has established strong, bipartisan working relationships with House and Senate members of the Georgia General Assembly and state agency officials. Her industry specific knowledge and key relationships have been valuable in assisting clients to successfully achieve their legislative and regulatory objectives at the state Capitol.
Sally is a current board member of Atlanta Moms Making A Difference and serves on the executive committee of the Georgia Chamber’s Government Affairs Council.
Sally earned her B.S. in Journalism at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. She and her husband Trey reside in Atlanta with their daughter, Phen, and son, Clark.