John H.M. Bozeman is GeorgiaLink's Managing Partner and has been associated with the firm for over two decades. During Governor Sonny Perdue’s re-election cycle, Bozeman stepped away from his role at GeorgiaLink to serve in Governor Perdue’s Administration as his chief advisor on legislative matters and point of contact with the General Assembly. His responsibilities included working with members of the General Assembly to advance the Governor's Legislative Agenda, building legislative support for the Governor's budget recommendations, developing stronger lines of communications between agency heads and legislators, and advising the Governor on high profile and often politically sensitive legislative proposals. He began his career in legislative affairs with the Georgia Bankers Association (GBA) where he advocated on behalf of the banking industry regarding issues affecting Georgia's financial marketplace. Mr. Bozeman served his local community in a variety of roles including service on the Executive Board of the Flint River Council of the Boy Scouts of America and was appointed to serve on the Henry County Development Authority Board. John Bozeman is a graduate of Leadership Georgia and was honored as "Georgia's 40 under 40" by Georgia Trend magazine identifying Bozeman as one of Georgia's rising leaders. He and his wife Stacey are both graduates from Syracuse University, have two children, and reside in Jackson, Georgia.