Kendra Mitchell hails from Missouri but has lived in and around Atlanta for twenty-two years. She graduated from South East Missouri State University in 1996 with honors. Kendra’s background is in government and public policy, having worked as a policy and budget analyst for Governor Sonny Perdue, the House of Representatives, the Georgia Department of Public Health, and other agencies. During her tenure in state government, Kendra earned a Master of Public Administration from the University of Georgia.
Kendra began her second career when she returned to law school in 2013 at Georgia State University College of Law. While at Georgia State, Kendra was active in the Public Interest Lawyers Association (PILA) and interned at the Cobb County District Attorney’s Office and the Dekalb County Solicitor and District Attorney’s offices.
Kendra joined the Law Offices of Fakiha Khan in November of 2016 and became a partner at Khan, Sanchez, & Mitchell when it formed in April 2017. She hung a shingle and ran her own practice from January 2019 through May 2021, then joined us at Crawford and Boyle, LLC.
During the 2018 and 2019 legislative sessions, Kendra returned to her policy roots, lobbying for the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (GACDL) at the Georgia Capitol. Kendra has had extensive success in helping clients in both criminal and family law cases and has been a frequent presenter in domestic violence training. Kendra has a broad range of experience from traffic court all the way to the Georgia Supreme Court and everything in between.