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The Executive Committee of the Libertarian Party of Georgia met Monday, November 8th, and appointed two new committee members. Greta Langhenry, of Athens, was appointed to the position of Communications Director, and David Ziebell, of Cobb County, was elected as an At-Large Representative.
Greta Langhenry is a second-generation member of the Libertarian Party. She graduated with a degree in Linguistics from The University of Georgia in 2009, and is currently enrolled in graduate school, where she is the Managing Editor of the international journal for the Society of Wetland Scientists, Wetlands. She is active within the Athens Affiliate of the Libertarian Party, as well as the UGA Chapter of the Young Americans for Liberty. “I truly believe in the Libertarian Party as the Party of Principle,” said Langhenry. “I am
honored to have been appointed Communications Director, and excited about the opportunity to share my love of and dedication to liberty with the state of Georgia. The future of the Libertarian Party is a bright one, and one I’m proud to be a part of.”
David Ziebell is also a long-time Libertarian. Ziebell, a graduate of Purdue University, is a Project Manager in the utility sector. He was the Campaign Manager for Dan Barber?s 2010 bid for Lieutenant Governor, and was essential to the party’s Election Night Festivities Fundraising efforts. “I’m looking forward to working with freedom-loving Georgians and the Executive Committee on ballot access and growing our influence under the dome,” said Ziebell. He joins current At-Large Representatives Rhonda Martini and 2010 gubernatorial candidate, John Monds, on the Executive Committee.