- Vice-Chair of the Democratic Caucus at Georgia Democratic Rural Council
- 2018 Congressional Candidate at Lisa Ring for Congress
- Chair at Bryan County Democratic Committee - Georgia
- Works at Co-chair, DPG Sanders Delegation
- Former Grassroots Organizer at Pennsylvania Public Interest Coalition
- Former Grassroots Organizer at New Jersey Citizen Action
- Former Executive Director at Allentown Day Reporting Center
- Former Correctional Officer at Lehigh County Prison
- Former Field Manager at Citizen Action- National/CLEC Canvass Network
- Former Sanders Delegate at Democratic National Convention
2020 Metro Atlanta DSA voter guide
- District 1 Lisa Ring Democratic Socialists of America member
- District 7 Nabilah Islam Democratic Socialists of America member
- District 13 Michael Owens Democratic Socialists of America endorsed
Georgia State Elections
Georgia House of Representatives
- District 35 Elizabeth Webster Democratic Socialists of America member
- District 40 Asher Nuckolls Democratic Socialists of America member
- District 58 Kyle Lamont Democratic Socialists of America member
- District 84 Renitta Shannon
- District 89 Bee Nguyen
- District 111 El-Mahdi Holly
Georgia State Senate
2018 Congressional run
In Georgia's 1st congressional district, the co-chair of Bernie Sanders' Georgia delegation, Lisa Ring, is challenging in 2018 Republican incumbent Earl "Buddy" Carter, who won his last election unopposed. "Sen. Sanders taught me that every person has the potential to change the world with the right support. In my district, the conservative incumbent ran unopposed last election. It is time for me to stand up and fight for the people of my district," Ring told me in an interview.
Lisa Ring, chairwoman of the Bryan County Democratic Committee and Co-Chair of the Georgia Sanders Delegation to the DNC, is taking on an incumbent Member of Congress in District 1. She won her Democratic primary. Endorsed by Our Revolution.
In 2018 Indivisible endorsed Lisa Ring.
Lisa Ring GA 01 was endorsed by Justice Democrats for 2018.