Margaret Denson Kaiser represents House District 59 in Atlanta – one of the most diverse, expansive, and exciting districts in the State. Sworn in on January 8, 2007, Representative Kaiser has a range of experiences that have prepared her to represent her Atlanta neighbors.
Margaret is a graduate of Emory University and completed the Mediation Institute Training in 2003, which has served her well in the politically divided Legislature. Representative Kaiser also completed The University of Georgia – Georgia Legislative Leadership Institute in 2007, The University of Virginia Emerging Political leaders program in 2009, and Leadership Georgia in 2011. She is a recipient of the 2011 Environmental Leadership Award and received a certificate in Health Policy from Georgia State University Andrew Young School in 2011. She is also a member of the Downtown Kiwanis Club, an Advisory Board member for Pryor Road YMCA, and an Advisory Board member for the Historic Oakland Foundation.
In the Georgia General Assembly, she currently serves on the Agriculture, Appropriations (Education Appropriations Subcommittee), Education, and Health and Human Services Committees.
Margaret married Eric Kaiser in 1995. She is the mother of Willem, 18, and Ewan, 17. Along with raising two teenage boys, Margaret is a small business owner and actively involved throughout the Atlanta community.