Kim Jackson, an ordained Episcopal Priest, is a public theologian and a fierce community activist. Kim works to end the death penalty, advocates for women’s and children’s issues, and is passionate about creating a more just Georgia.
In 2018, the Georgia House of Representatives passed a resolution that commended her for her “tireless efforts on behalf of the disenfranchised, disenchanted, and dispossessed” (GA House Resolution 1188).
Kim is a graduate of Furman University, Candler School of Theology at Emory University, and Virginia Theological Seminary. She and her spouse, Trina, live on a small hobby farm in Stone Mountain with goats, bees, and chickens.