Anne Sapp


Anne Woolf Sapp grew up in Atlanta, Georgia and attended Woodward Academy. Ms. Sapp received her undergraduate and Law degree from the University of Georgia. Ms. Sapp worked for Strother, Weiner, Dwyer and Dwyer, Yancey and Mackin, White and Sapp in Atlanta, Georgia. Before founding Anne W. Sapp, P.C. where she served as a Special Assistant Georgia State Attorney General, representing the Department of Transportation in Specialized Litigation – Eminent Domain. Ms. Sapp is the past chairman of the Eminent Domain Section for the State Bar of Georgia and received the 2011 Charles N. Purlsey Award for outstanding contributions to the State of Georgia in Eminent Domain. Ms. Sapp has lectured at the state and national levels with the Bar Association on Eminent Domain and serves as both a Special Master and Mediator. Ms. Sapp has been recognized as a Super Lawyer in the area of Eminent Domain, 2011 Lawyer of the Year Award, and founding member and Vice Chairman of the constitutional law section for the state bar of Georgia. In addition to her legal service, she currently serves as a Trustee and Vice Chairman of the Georgia 4-H Foundation, as a member of Hope Circle Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and a volunteer for the Joseph Sams School, a school serving children with special needs. Ms. Sapp has chaired annual events including High Arts Day benefiting the High Museum of Art, the Ray of Hope benefiting The Bridge, a residential care facility for abused teens, and the Georgia 4-H Gala. Ms. Sapp is an active alumna of Kappa Delta Sorority.