Ebony N Carter is the daughter of two hard working Americans who instilled a strong work ethic in their daughter. Her father, John Jr., is a union steward in a McDonough, Georgia factory. Her mother, Deborah, who works for the McDonough United States Postal Service, is a district union vice president and national delegate. It was her mother who first exposed Ebony to civic engagement, taking her voting, volunteering, and accompanying her to protests. Deborah taught her daughter to always care for the people around her, and to do good for those who need it. Ebony is an alumna Henry County High School and Georgia State University where she studied and received her degrees in Anthropology and Political Science, respectively. She is a first-generation college graduate. During college, she was a Programs Director for the Black Student Alliance and President of the Young Democrats of Georgia State University. With the Black Student Alliance, Ebony taught and learned about her own culture. This fueled her intense passion to drive change in her community. With the Young Democrats of GSU, she became active on her campus, hosting events, connecting students with civic opportunities and becoming politically active herself. She has interned and worked on campaigns across metro-Atlanta. Ebony has also interned for Georgia STAND-UP, where she advocated for community benefits plans, hard-to-reach communities regarding the census and the creation of vocational jobs. In her last semester of undergraduate study, Ebony gave birth to her beautiful daughter, Nairobi. Ebony continues to push for positive change in the larger Georgia community and further advocate for Georgia families, single mothers, union workers, and students in the 110th district. She lives in McDonough, Georgia with her mother and daughter.