ALISHA THOMAS SEARCY FOR STATE SUPERINTENDENT
A Fierce Advocate for Georgia Students.
Working to create an educational system where parents feel empowered, and educators feel supported.
Alisha Thomas Searcy is a fierce advocate for children and education, and is not afraid to defy the odds or think outside the box. In fact, exceeding expectations remains a constant that has etched her legacy and defined her illustrious career as a successful transformational education leader.
At the age of 23, Searcy made history as the first African American to serve Cobb County in the Georgia House of Representatives. Representing residents of the third largest county in Metropolitan Atlanta — Searcy’s leadership in politics continues to leave a longstanding footprint in county and Georgia state history.