Board Of Directors

The leadership team of Restore Georgia.

Bill Paul

Executive Director (Acting)

Bill attended Florida State University and is a veteran of the U.S. Navy.  He is retired after 35 years as a Sales Manager with Hubbell Incorporated. Bill has served on the Board for a north Georgia Fellowship of Christian Athletes Association and currently serves as an Elder at a Baptist Church in Ellijay, Georgia.  Bill has been married to his wife Carole for 38 years, is a father of seven children, a grandfather, and a great-grandfather.



Waleisah Wilson

Waleisah Wilson is a dedicated criminal justice reform activist and organizer. She staunchly supports efforts that address disability justice, ending solitary confinement and mass incarceration, voter disenfranchisement, ending the stigmas associated with having a criminal record and eliminating the unjust barriers to reentry, including across the board one size fits all registry laws and policies. Her passion stems from her personal struggles with reentry and is the reason why she founded NewLife-Second Chance Outreach, Inc., a nonprofit organization that addresses the lack of direct employment services specifically for those with criminal convictions. Through her advocacy work and her active community involvement, she is known and respected as a fearless community leader and reentry expert.

Waleisah holds a Master’s Degree in Human Services, a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Management, and a Graduate Certificate in Criminal Justice. She currently works at the Southern Center for Human Rights as the Client Services Advocate.

Andy Stein


Andrew (Andy) Stein is a veteran who served over 8 years, and a person forced to register who lives in Georgia. He has been actively volunteering for NARSOL, serving on the Technology Committee for 4 years. Shortly after discovering NARSOL, he joined several others in Georgia to form RSOL Georgia fighting to change the laws in the state. In 2017, he and a co-host started the Registry Matters podcast to provide very detailed information about the state of the registry, how to read, fight and interpret the legal framework. To challenge the current state of affairs. Since the podcast started, it has been downloaded nearly 30,000 times. 

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