Anne Allen Westbrook represents Georgia House District 163, which includes areas outside of Savannah.
Topics will include her perspective as a first year legislative, education, healthcare, voting rights, gun safety, and the environment.
Anne earned her B.A. in Political Science from Hollins College, and went on to earn her Juris Doctor from University of Georgia School of Law. Anne has been a practicing attorney since 2001, focusing primarily on divorce, custody, and other issues facing families.
Anne became a volunteer for Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America in 2013. As a volunteer leader, she worked on defeating dangerous gun bills in the Georgia General Assembly, educating gun owners about the importance of safe firearm storage, and, in September 2019, worked with the City of Savannah to unanimously pass a gun violence prevention resolution, the first of its kind to pass in Georgia.
Anne is a longtime member of Asbury Memorial Church, and has helped form Asbury’s “Ribbons for a Reason” ministry, which remembers the lives of Savannahians lost to gun violence.
Anne serves on the Economic Development and Tourism Committee, the State Planning and Community Affairs Committee, and the Code Revision Committee, as well as serving the Georgia House Democratic Caucus as a Deputy Whip.
Anne and her husband Todd Baiad, also a lawyer, live in midtown Savannah with their three boys.