Tamarre Pierre is an advocate, educator, wife and mother. She’s spent the last decade championing causes at Georgia’s State Capitol under the leadership of the past and current legislators for District 39.
Born to Haitian immigrants in Brooklyn, New York, Tamarre is the youngest of three daughters. She and her family moved to Mableton at the age of nine where she attended Sanders Elementary, Garrett Middle School and graduated from South Cobb High School in 2008. She attended Georgia State University and served as a youth leader for National Action Network’s Youth Move and later became the first and youngest woman to become Atlanta’s Chapter President. One of her proudest accolades is serving as Chief of Staff for Representative Erica Thomas, leading the department of constituent services and legislative affairs. Making Torchon ready to lead on day one.
In 2012, Pierre received the prestigious President’s Volunteer Award from President Barack Obama. In 2017, she received back-to-back recognition from the Georgia Haitian-American Chamber of Commerce, the Caribbean American Emerging Leader 30 under 30 award, and Who’s Who of Black Atlanta.
Tamarre and her husband Sergo live in Mableton where they are raising their infant daughter Shaley. Tamarre is dedicated to serving her community and believes in a tomorrow where all Georgia families can thrive and have access to a quality of life despite their background or zip code.