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Executive Director

Tabatha McGee

A visionary, servant leader, and strong in faith are just a few words most often used to describe Tabatha McGee. As the Executive Director of the Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia, Inc. (SCFG) her compassionate mission is to ensure the highest quality of life and hope for sickle cell warriors and other abnormal hemoglobin disorders. With her dynamic team of professionals and volunteers, she works tirelessly to provide living well resources, clinical services, and volunteer support. Tabatha is an innovative and tireless leader with an established track record of success in building a strong, resilient organization focused on social good. 


During her tenure, Tabatha has made significant strides towards the success of the organization, including the opening of a new wellness center in the first quarter of 2023, expanding their laboratory to provide more extensive testing options for her “Sickle Cell Warriors,” and secured groundbreaking grants from the State of Georgia and the federal government of $2.2 million. Additionally, her accomplishments include a partnership with Grady Hospital, allowing them to identify and work with children diagnosed with sickle cell, a week-long camp sponsoring over 150 kids suffering from the disease, and tirelessly advocating for legislation to advance treatment and support of those suffering. She has grown her staff by 50% over three years, broadening support and care across Georgia. 


Tabatha is a native of Georgia and began her professional career serving in the US Army. During her service, she built the foundation of leadership. Ultimately, she transitioned into a long career with Xerox, where she expanded her leadership, management, and business development skills. She moved from Xerox into an entrepreneurial role when she founded Complete Vital Solutions, LLC, where she served as a self-employed network engineer.  


Tabatha initially started her role with the Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia as a volunteer. She then began working as an independent contractor and transitioned into the part-time administrator role. She was eventually promoted to Director of Administration. On this path, she leveraged her professional experience and lessons learned from her struggles to become a beacon of hope in the organization. Tabatha took on her current role as Executive Director in October 2021 with an unsurpassed drive and passion for success. 


Tabatha firmly commits to giving back to her community in her free time through charitable work and volunteerism. She is a mother and grandmother devoted to her family and her “Sickle Cell Warriors.”  

Tabatha loves gardening and playing the piano in her free time.

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