Marjorie Taylor Greene, U.S. Representative for Georgia

Marjorie Taylor Greene

U.S. Representative for Georgia

Marjorie Taylor Greene was born in May 1974 in Milledgeville, Georgia. She earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Georgia. She worked for and eventually owned the family general contracting company. She would become the chief financial officer for a family business, stepping down to work part-time as a coach at a fitness gym. 

She began her political career as a top official of the Family America Project, where, among other things, she was moderator of the organization’s Facebook group. 

Greene was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, assuming office in January 2021. 

She is divorced from Perry Greene, and they have three children. She is an evangelical Christian. 

In the News…

Several members of the House Oversight Committee, including Georgia Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, said they are planning a visit with some of the defendants from the January 6, 2021, incident at the U.S. Capitol who are being held in a Washington, D.C. detention facility. 

Congresswoman Greene said she has had “reports of abuse” of some of the defendants, and her visit would focus on the conditions of those held in jail. 

“They’re pretrial, and they haven’t even been convicted, and they’re not allowed to see their families, many times are not allowed to see their attorneys – the food has been a major complaint,” Representative Greene said. “There’s been complaints of it tasting like cleaner.” 

The congresswoman visited some of the January 6 defendants in 2021, and observed they were “suffering greatly.” 

Contact this Leader…

Did you pray for Representative Greene today?  You can let her know at:

The Honorable Marjorie Taylor Greene 
Representative for Georgia 
403 Canon House Office Building 
Washington, DC  20515 


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