2018 Executive Board
Rachel Paule grew up in East Cobb where she attended Walton high school. During high school, she was an associate board member for Keep Cobb Beautiful, marching band leader, and board member of the Junior Civitan’s Club.
Upon graduating, she attended Georgia Southern University where she earned her Bachelor’s in Business Management with an emphasis in Small Business and Entrepreneurship and a minor in French. At GSU, Rachel found her passion for community organizing and servant leadership.
After graduation, Rachel returned to Cobb County. She now owns her own consulting firm in the area where she helps small business owners and political candidates reach their full potential through optimized management solutions and digital marketing. In her free time, you can find her at Starbucks or petting dogs.
Rachel is currently running to be the next President of the Young Democrats of Georgia.
Becky Beaver is serving her second term as Vice President of the Young Democrats of Cobb County. She truly loves this organization and finds it has been a privilege to serve this county and its constituents. She's very proud of all the things that we've done here in Cobb, but she believes we can continue to do more. This is a midterm year and as your Vice President, she intends for this organization to hit the ground running. Her focus will be to build strong relationships with other groups, campaigns, and politicians to impact change. Additionally, she will not only will push for growth in our organization, but also for growth in registered voters in Cobb County. Voting is one of our most important rights and is essential.
Along with her experience in Cobb, she has served in other leadership roles as well. For instance, she is currently the Secretary of the Young Democrats of Georgia.
YDCC VICE PRESIDENT
Author, entrepreneur, hacktivist, and deep lover of learning the strategy of things. Trained as a Biomedical Engineer from Georgia Tech, and spent time in corporate world doing sales and transitioned to doing technology as a project manager and part-time developer.
Aaron Childree has spent much of his life in Cobb County and is passionate about making Cobb a place where everyone can thrive. He joined the Young Democrats of Cobb County in 2017 while working on a State Senate campaign and has been heavily involved in the organization ever since.
Aaron currently works at Northside Church, where he has the opportunity to mentor middle and high school students and partner with local nonprofits to bring people together through local service projects. He is currently a student Master at Georgia State’s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies where he is earning his Masters in Public Policy.
Aaron is also a writer and photographer. His writing has been featured in the Marietta Daily Journal and he has written extensively for the Borgen Project, an organization that advocates on behalf of the world’s poor. Aaron’s photography series Unsung Atlanta was created to reveal Atlanta’s hidden beauty and instill a sense of community and pride in the people who call the city home. His photographs have been exhibited at the Mable House, Rev Coffee, and Condesa Coffee.
In everything he does, Aaron’s goal is to improve his community and inspire and equip others to do the same. He is excited about the opportunities that the Young Democrats of Cobb County provide to support Democratic candidates, advocate for policies that promote equity and progress, and be a part of something bigger than himself.
Hello my name is Charlotte and I would like to give you some background on me. I was born in Atlanta, Georgia and was raised in Cobb County. I attended Kell High School and graduated in 2009. I attended Chattahoochee Tech to major in early childhood education. I did not complete college so I started working in childcare for five years mostly with infants which was my calling for so long and I loved it. I do not have a political background but earlier this year I went to a picnic and made the decision within myself that I want to be involved in my community as well as be an advocate.