Chief Tax Officer

Biography - Staci Guest

Staci joined the Department of Revenue as Director of the newly-created Office of Special Investigations in February 2005.  Under her leadership as Director, the Department has become a benchmark for fraud detection and prevention, having implemented the most advanced computerized fraud detection program in the nation.  Moreover, she has earned an outstanding reputation with her own DOR family as a collaborative problem-solver who is eager to hear from others to discern the best solution for all. 

Prior to joining Revenue, Staci served as Assistant District Attorney for the Clayton County District Attorney’s Office in Jonesboro, Georgia, where she was responsible for indicting, prosecuting, and handling appeals of all types of felony cases.  In addition, Staci served as the Asset Forfeiture Prosecutor, handling multiple civil forfeitures for all seized property, currency, and weapons.  Previously, she served as Judicial Law Clerk for Clayton County Superior Court Judge William H. Ison.  In that role, she assisted in the implementation of the Clayton County Alternative Dispute Resolution Program.

Staci holds a Juris Doctor from Cumberland School of Law, Samford University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Georgia.