Tricia Gephardt

Founder, Georgia Postcard Project

Tricia Gephardt is a wife, mother, and activist who lives in Sandy Springs, Georgia.  She founded the Georgia Postcard Project, a volunteer organization to educate voters across the state.  She also serves on the Sandy Springs Charter Commission, which will review and make recommendations to the Georgia General Assembly regarding the City’s Charter. She has held various roles in the Parents’ Association and Fine Arts Alliance at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School in Sandy Springs, serving as President of the Parents’ Association from 2016-2017.

Mrs. Gephardt sits on the Advisory Council of Horizons Atlanta at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School and volunteers her time with organizations including Sandy Springs Together and UNICEF.

Mrs. Gephardt graduated from Georgetown University with a Government degree and worked for House Democratic Leader Richard Gephardt for five years before returning to Atlanta to work on the Congressional and Senate campaigns for Michael Coles.