WARD A / WARD A AT-LARGE

LANCE ROBERTSON

WARD A
JANUARY 2020 – DECEMBER 2023

Councilmember Lance Robertson comes to East Point City Council with over 30 years of experience with Government and Community Relations. He was once a Deputy Chief of Staff for the 3rd largest county in Georgia, former United States Congress 4th District Constituent Service Representative to Regional Lead Media Specialist for the Department of Commerce United States Census Bureau over Georgia, Florida, and Alabama media operations.

(404) 220-4159

SHARON SHROPSHIRE

WARD A-AT LARGE
JANUARY 2018 – DECEMBER 2021

Councilmember (CM) Sharon Shropshire is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. She has called East Point home since 1985. CM Shropshire completed her education in the Atlanta Public School System, and has had the pleasure of working in various capacities during the span of her career. Currently, she is employed with the Federal Government. Prior to her election in November 2013, CM Shropshire spent a decade fighting to improve the lives of all residents in …

(404) 354-9565

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THOMAS CALLOWAY

WARD B
JANUARY 2020 – DECEMBER 2023

Councilmember (CM) Thomas Calloway was born in East Point in 1977, and has spent his whole life in East Point and the metropolitan Atlanta area. CM Calloway attended the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) where he studied chemical engineering. CM Calloway believes safe, viable neighborhoods, efficient government services and smart economic growth are essential to a City’s stabilization. He believes East Point is not only a city that has a lot to offer, but …

(470) 755-1957

KAREN RENÉ

WARD B-AT LARGE
JANUARY 2018 – DECEMBER 2021

Councilmember (CM) Karen Rene’ is a strong champion for Public Safety and an advocate for children. She is one who expresses a deep love and appreciation for East Point, describing it as a wonderful city in which to live. “It is a city rich with diversity and culture that believes in its citizens.” Born and raised in Selma, Alabama, CM Rene’ says her parents instilled in her “the value of an education and good work ethics” early in life. CM Rene’ moved to East Point in 2002, …

(404) 357-5573

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MYRON B. COOK

WARD C
JANUARY 2020 – DECEMBER 2023

Councilmember (CM) Myron B. Cook and his wife moved to East Point from Atlanta in 1974. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration with a Minor in Economics from Morehouse College. Upon graduation, CM Cook served the U.S. Army as an NCO in the Military Police, stationed in the Republic of South Korea. CM Cook’s professional career began at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia where he served as one of six managers in the claims division. …

(404) 606-6406

NANETTE SAUCIER

WARD C-AT LARGE
JANUARY 2018 – DECEMBER 2021

Councilmember (CM) Nanette Saucier was elected to office in November 2013. She has been a resident of East Point since 1999, when she purchased a home in the Oak Forrest Community. CM Saucier believes among East Point’s greatest assets are the City’s charm and location. “East Point is a wonderful city that showcases the benefits of being a “Southside” resident. Our proximity to the Hartsfield Jackson Airport, major highways, Downtown Atlanta and access to …

(404) 357-4906

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STEPHANIE GORDON

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JANUARY 2020 – DECEMBER 2023

Councilmember Stephanie Gordon is a native of Tuscaloosa, Alabama where she graduated from Central High School and attended the University of Alabama. She has worked in the Real Estate and Commercial Insurance industries and is presently employed with Beecher Carlson Insurance Services. Councilmember Gordon and her son Justin have lived in East Point for 15 years. She had the pleasure of serving on the East Point Planning & Zoning board for two years …

(470) 755-1951

JOSHUA B. BUTLER, IV

WARD D-AT LARGE
JANUARY 2018 – DECEMBER 2021

Honor, integrity, ambition, balance, and uplift are the principles that guide lifelong East Point native Joshua B. Butler, IV, each day in his professional and philanthropic endeavors. This Morehouse College graduate turned down a scholarship to the number one engineering school in the world, M.I.T, so that he could learn the altruistic lessons of Benjamin Mays and Martin L. King, Jr. Combining his keen analytical abilities, intrinsic leadership skills, trailblazing spirit, and …

(404) 274-7155