|Portrayed by||Leslie Hope|
|First appearance||"The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia"|
Kelly Foster was the last president of the Georgia Federation.
The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia
In "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" Foster met with an arrested Miles Matheson who was framed by Alec Penner for shooting a Georgian cop. He and Foster seem to have issues resulting back to when Miles was in charge of the militia.
After Miles recovered the bomb she met with him, she told him that she didn't care that Monroe had power because she had money and allies in England and tall ships ready to attack Monroe's southern border. Foster wants Miles and the rebels to attack Monroe from the inside and offers Miles two hundred men with a thousand weapons and the position of general.
In Home Foster had Miles leading rebel-Georgian forces against Monroe's southern border. They had won victories in Carbondale, Marion, and Evansville, Under the supervision of Captain Dixon. When word reached her of Miles's killing of Dixon, she commented Dixon could not handle him (Miles). She then revealed his replacement, Tom Neville.
The Dark Tower
In The Dark Tower Foster was in her office at the Presidential Compound in Atlanta, Georgia when the power turned on. She was looking at the city as the lights in skyscrapers turned on. She told one of her soldier to "launch everything we got at Philly." It is unknown what her current status is because of ICBMs being launched at Atlanta, but she is most likely deceased, as the Federation has collapsed as of Season 2.
She is a stern but fair woman governing her country justly. She views Sebastian Monroe as a nothing but a nuisance, commenting that he may have power but she has money, allies, and more soldiers ready for a war with him. She knew Miles Matheson from back when he commanded the Monroe Militia, and hates him for the military casualties of the Georgia Federation and for an unknown personal reason as well.
- In The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia, she speaks with no accent whatsoever; in The Longest Day, however, she speaks with a trace of a Southern accent. It is possible she tries to suppress her accent for appearances and found it difficult to do so with the strain she was under as she contemplated surrender.