Thank you for visiting my website! I want to take this opportunity to personally introduce myself to you. I am a native of Atlanta, Georgia, born and raised, and a proud graduate of Atlanta Public Schools and Clark Atlanta University. I am the daughter of a community activist and servant leader, a mother of three sons, a friend to many and your neighbor.
When considering moving to College Park seven years ago, I reached out to my great-uncle, former College Park Police Captain, James L. Booker. My uncle, one of the first African American police officers hired in the city, wholeheartedly believed in this community and its opportunities, which I too have come to love. It was because of his enthusiastic recommendation that I moved to Ward 3. Since moving in the community, I have built relationships with some of the most thoughtful and supportive neighbors which has made me thankful and extremely happy that I decided to move here.
I have the experience in finance and community service necessary to be an effective council member. I will work hard and make sure your voice is heard. I have worked as a public servant in the State of Georgia both in K-12 education and higher education for the past 20 years. Throughout this time, I have provided fiscal oversight ranging from $50 million to $8 billion. I have led complex policy and technology implementations that have benefited the twenty-six public colleges and universities and over 300,000 higher education students within the state. I also have extensive experience in managing and advising chief business officers, human resource managers, finance and grant managers, real estate facility managers, and communications and development managers. I have dedicated my career to ensuring that back-end administrative services effectively utilize our state-allocated tax dollars.
As your city council representative, I will continue to fight for you, our families, and our community. I appreciate your support and look forward to continuing to build the Ward 3 community whether in city council or through my own neighborhood and city block. Please feel welcome to reach out to me via my contact page if you would like to learn more, bring up issues that are important to you, or just connect.