Episode 3.17: A Conversation with Georgia Court of Appeals Judge Verda Colvin

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Judge Colvin opens up about growing up in Atlanta and her inspiring legal career. Colvin was sworn into the Court of Appeals by Governor Kemp on April 10, 2020, making her the first African American? woman appointed by a Republican Governor. She broke barriers in 2014 when she was appointed to the Superior Court by Governor Nathan Deal, which made her the first African American female judge in the Macon Judicial Circuit. Colvin talks about how she got to where she is today, her family, and her faith.

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