Russell N. SewellRussell N. Sewell

Russell N. “Rusty” Sewell was born and raised in Columbus, Georgia. He graduated from Georgia Tech in 1970 with a B.S. in Textiles and received a law degree from the University of Georgia in 1973. Rusty began his legal career with the Judicial Council of Georgia, followed by the Georgia Attorney General’s Office, and the Georgia General Assembly’s Office of Legislative Counsel. He was the North Georgia Coordinator for the Joe Frank Harris gubernatorial campaign and was Executive Counsel to the Governor after Joe Frank Harris was elected. After serving in the Harris administration, he was a partner at the law firm of Long Aldridge & Norman (now McKenna Long & Aldridge) for four years. He then became a partner at the government relations and public affairs firm of Boller, Sewell & Segars. He is currently the president of that firm, now doing business as Capitol Partners Public Affairs Group. Rusty and his wife, Linda, have two children. More . . . »


                                            Russell N. Sewell, III

Russell started his political career interning in Governor Nathan Deal’s Office of Policy and Legislative Affairs while he attended Clemson University. The next summer, he interned for the Centers of Innovation in the Georgia Department of Economic Development. He was then offered a staff position supporting the Centers of Innovation for Energy and Information Technology. Russell returned to Governor Deal’s Office of Policy and Legislative affairs to support Governor Deal’s legislative liaisons during the Governor’s final legislative session. He then interned for the offices of Congressman Barry Loudermilk and Senator David Perdue in Washington, D.C., working on a wide array of political issues. Russell also interned for Senator Perdue’s reelection campaign prior to officially joining Capitol Partners in 2019. Russell also serves as Head of Revenue and Sales for a voter information and technology startup, Branch Politics, while continuing his education taking courses at Georgia State University.


Wanda Segars

Wanda C. Segars

Wanda Segars, a native of Athens, Georgia, joined in the earliest stages of this public relations firm, known initially as Thomas M. Boller & Associates, and currently doing business as Capitol Partners Public Affairs Group, Inc. Prior to joining this firm she worked at Georgia Power Company in its Atlanta corporate office. Wanda graduated summa cum laude from Georgia State University with a BBA in Marketing in 1989. University honors included the Dean’s Scholarship Key Award, Golden Key Honor Society, and Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Fraternity. Wanda and her husband, Ray, have one child.  More . . . »


Hunter E. Towns

Hunter E. Towns

Hunter Towns was born in Dublin, Georgia and grew up in Wheeler County in south central Georgia, where his family still has strong roots in the business and civic community. Hunter has his own public relations firm, Hunter E. Towns Public Affairs, as well as working with Capitol Partners Public Affairs Group, Inc. Previously he served as Government Relations Manager in the Atlanta office of Womble Carlyle. Prior to joining Womble Carlyle, Hunter served as Deputy Director of Legislative Affairs for Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue. Hunter graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in journalism, serving as an editorialist for The Red and Black for three years and contributing editorialist for The Athens Banner Herald for one year. More . . . »


Caroline H. WomackCaroline Womack headshot

Caroline Womack joined Capitol Partners Public Affairs Group, Inc. in September, 2014 after working ten years at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia. Caroline is an authority in the healthcare field and has a wealth of knowledge and experience working with legislators and state decision makers on a variety of healthcare issues.  Prior to her work at Blue Cross, Caroline was the Regional Director at the American Heart Association in Athens, Ga., and then the Director of Grassroots and Advocacy at the Georgia Hospital Association.  She graduated from the University of Georgia with a BS in Political Science and an emphasis in Global Studies.  Caroline and her husband, Matt, have two children. More . . . »