JUDGE | PROFESSOR
MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER | LIFE COACH

Bio

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"He who never takes time to speak to God has no authority to speak for Him!"
Bishop Dale C. Bronner


   God has purpose for each and every one of us. The goal is to tap into that purpose and allow God to use you for His divine design. 

   From a very young age, Wanda began to understand the importance of recognizing God's voice. Throughout her childhood in Springfield, Massachusetts, she learned that hard work and perserverance could create endless opportunities. That no matter what life put in your path, your strength would hold you up. She promised herself no matter where she came from, this would never determine where she had yet to go.

   This same determination led Wanda to leave New England. She moved to the south and settled in Atlanta, GA to attend Georgia State University. While there, she met her husband and soon Wanda Perry would become Wanda Dallas and mother to to 3 beautiful children. It was at his time, that she chose to become a stay-at-home mother.

   While pregnant with the fourth child, she began law school at The University of Tulsa College of Law. Upon completion of law school, the young mother of four began her lengthy career as a prosecuting attorney. Beginning at the City Court of Atlanta as an Assistant Solicitor General, and ultimatley traversing into the position of Senior Assistant District Attorney for Fulton County Georgia, Wanda would work as a prosecutor for a total of 12 years. It was during this career in 2000 that the Dallas family was blessed with a bonus baby.

   In October 2013, Wanda Dallas was sworn in as Chief Magistrate Court Judge for Clayton County, where she currently presides. This was her third judgeship, having previously served as the Chief Municipal Court Judge for the City of Riverdale, and an AssociateJuvenile COurt Judge for Fulton County. 

   Judge Dallas often attributes motherhood to being her best and toughest job. "Nothing blessed my life more than being a mom." Her blessings come from her 5 children and 5 grandchildren.