Leroy "TRE" Hutchins (30168)
Leroy (Tre') Hutchins has been a resident of Cobb County for nearly 35 years, attending Brumby Elementary, East Cobb Middle School, Lindley Middle School and graduating from Pebblebrook High School and the Cobb County Center for Excellence in the Performing Arts in 1994.
Tre', as he is affectionately known, serves the community which helped raise him, as well as his sons; Edward (21), Wesley (19), Kimo (9) and Marlon (8). He is an advocate for public schools and can be found serving our area South Cobb schools. Currently, Tre' is the PTSA President at Pebblebrook High School, the School Council Chairman at Bryant Elementary, and the organizer of the Pebblebrook High School Cluster Council, President-elect for the South Cobb Council PTA and a Post 3 representative on the Cobb County School District's Facilities and Technology Citizens Oversight Committee.
Tre' can also be found volunteering with State of Our Schools, SoCo (South Cobb) Fellowship, We Thrive in Riverside, as well as his church, the dReam Center Church of Atlanta.
"South Cobb is my village! There's no better place for me to raise my family than in South Cobb."
Keylan Mitchell (30126)
Keylan lives in Mableton, GA and loves the diversity and quality of life South Cobb provides.
He is the President of the Brookmere HOA an active member of MIC.
Keylan has the pleasure of serving on the Cobb County Parks and Recreation Board.
Keylan agreed to serve the South Cobb Alliance because he believes the community needs more local authority to ensure resources are appropriated equitably and shape future development.
William Wilson (30126)
William is a 40 year resident of Mableton, GA. He has a special connection to the area with over 100 family members once residing within Mableton and Austell. He has fond memories of playing baseball at Wallace Park and The Lions Club, seeing his first movie at The Hilltop Cinema, and Bowling at Mableton Lanes.
William is a graduate of Georgia State University with a Master in Business Administration along with a Master in Health Administration. He is currently an Executive Partner with his company VERUS Fiber.
He volunteers with his mother's charitable organization to provide food and clothing to children in need along with several homeless communities.
William loves South Cobb because it is home. "There is no better example of a diverse group of backgrounds working together than in South Cobb."
Galt Porter (30168)
Galt has lived in the South Cobb since 2010 and lived in the Acworth area for the preceding 6 years. Galt quickly recognized the advantages of living in South Cobb. Not only does South Cobb offer less traffic than most of the metro area, easy access to downtown Atlanta and Hartsfield-Jackson, he recognized the best feature was the welcoming people. As a lover of the outdoors, he appreciates all the recreation South Cobb offers. Galt says “South Cobb is a diamond in the ruff and primed for revitalization.”
Galt currently serves as a Cobb County Planning Commissioner representing District 4. The Planning Commission investigates zoning and other land use related matters, holds public hearings and makes recommendations to the Board of Commissioners. Galt previously served on the Community Advisory Council for the South Cobb Redevelopment Authority and on the Stakeholder and Technical Committee for the Cobb County Comprehensive Transportation Plan. While living in Texas, Galt served as a publicly elected director of a municipal utility district.
Galt graduated from The Ohio State University with a major in Real Estate and Urban Analysis. Galt’s professional career has been heavily related to real estate, with positions in sales, marketing, operations and executive management of real estate systems and information services to local government, multiple listing services and real estate professionals.
Galt is currently an Associate Broker with Maximum One Greater Atlanta Realtors. Galt is a licensed real estate broker, state registered appraiser and a member of the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors.
Monica Delancy (30168)
Monica Delancy moved to the Six Flags corridor of unincorporated Austell over 10 years and has been a vital part of that community ever since. Monica formed an association called, We Thrive on the Drive (prior to the name change to Riverside Parkway) which is now known as We Thrive in Riverside Renters Association. Monica advocates for the families residing in the numerous apartment communities along Riverside Parkway corridor.
Monica is employed with the Cobb County School District as a Parent Resource Specialist and has two children, one of which is a proud graduate of Pebblebrook High School and now attending college in North Caroline. She also has a son currently at Pebblebrook High School.