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Randy Scamihorn, Vice Chair - Post 1

rscamihorn.boardmember@cobbk12.org | 770-337-8553

High Allatoona Kennesaw Mountain North Cobb
Middle Awtrey Barber Durham McClure Pine Mountain
Elementary Acworth Baker Bullard Clarkdale Frey Hayes Kennesaw Lewis McCall Pickett's Mill

Tim Stultz - Post 2

tstultz.boardmember@cobbk12.org | 678-773-1877

Tim Stultz began his first term on the Board of Education in January 2011. Tim is a graduate of Georgia's public school system, and believes that public education continues to open doors for our children to go on to live successful lives. He is an IT business analyst, with previous experience as a project manager. After graduating from Salem High School in Rockdale County, he earned his Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from The Georgia Institute of Technology in 2004. Tim has been married to his wife, Jodi, since 2006. They have two young children, Mackenzie and Sean, who will be starting school in the next few years. They have been members of the Smyrna and Mableton communities since 2004. Tim is a strong advocate of accountable and transparent government, and enjoys providing public service. He believes that the school board must work directly with the community and other elected officials to create an effective environment that will allow students to succeed.

High Campbell Osborne
Middle Campbell Floyd Griffin Lindley Lindley 6th Grade Academy
Elementary Belmont Hills Birney Fair Oaks Green Acres King Springs LaBelle Nickajack Norton Park Russell Smyrna
Special Adult Education Center Fitzhugh Lee Center (Haven) Hawthorne Center (Haven) Oakwood Digital Academy

David Morgan - Post 3

dmorgan.boardmember@cobbk12.org | 404-702-1857
DMorganforschools@gmail.com | 404-803-9975

David L. Morgan began his first term on the Board of Education in January 2009. He is an educator and advocate for children. After spending more than a decade as a teacher, Morgan made history in November 2008 by becoming the first African-American male to be elected to the Cobb County Board of Education, and he did so in his first attempt at a public office. A native of Atlanta, Morgan earned an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Grambling State University in 1993 and a Master of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education from Clark Atlanta University in 1996. He began his teaching career with Atlanta’s Head Start program in 1994, and began teaching English at Decatur High School in 1996. While teaching at Decatur, he founded I AM, Inc., a nonprofit organization that provided tutoring, enrichment and mentoring services to more than 500 youths between the ages of five and 16. The highlight of Morgan’s teaching career occurred during his tenure at the Knowledge is Power Program (KIPP) Academy in Atlanta, where he taught Reading and Language Arts. While at KIPP, Morgan emerged as the only teacher in the entire school to receive an excellent rating for his teaching ability by an independent panel of international evaluators. He later rose to become principal of the charter school and is credited with maintaining academic excellence amid the many challenges the school and its students faced. He is particularly proud of the fact that his school earned state recognition for the greatest gain in CRCT scores during the 2004-2005 school year. Morgan later taught at Lindley Middle School after KIPP closed due to a lack of funding. Morgan is the 2005 recipient of the NAACP’s Education Award. His community involvement includes membership with Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and the Cobb County NAACP. He is a member of Destiny World Church in Austell. Morgan is married to State Representative Alisha Thomas Morgan since 2003 and he is the proud father of Rashaan Khalil (16) and Lailah Camille (4).

High Pebblebrook South Cobb
Middle Cooper Garrett Tapp
Elementary Austell Bryant Clay Compton Harmony Leland Hendricks Mableton Powder Springs Riverside Intermediate Riverside Primary Sanders

Kathleen Angelucci, Board Chair - Post 4

kangelucci.boardmember@cobbk12.org | 678-896-6399

High Kell Sprayberry
Middle Daniell McCleskey Palmer
Elementary Addison Bells Ferry Big Shanty Blackwell Chalker Keheley Kincaid Nicholson Pitner Rocky Mount

David Banks - Post 5

dbanks.boardmember@cobbk12.org | 404-725-3394

David Banks began his first term on the Board January 2009. David was an information technology consultant and previously owned his own computer hardware & software company for 25 years in Marietta. David was born in Atlanta and has lived in East Cobb since 1969. David has been married to his wife, Kay Hardin Banks, for 48 years and they have four children; two graduated from Walton High School and two graduated from Pope High School. Their youngest daughter died from Cystic Fibrosis in August 1998. David and Kay have five grandchildren, three who are now attending Cobb County schools. David attended Ben Hill Elementary School and Southwest High School ('57). David obtained a BBA ('68) and a MBA ('71) from Georgia State University with a major in Management. David has been an active member of the Cobb County Republican Party since 1992 and has held various elected and appointed offices. David and Kay are active members of Johnson Ferry Baptist Church. David was a charter member of the Cobb County School Blue Ribbon Committee serving three year tenure. David enjoys growing vegetables, building RC airplanes and taking cruises with friends. David's objective, as a Board member, is to move the Cobb County School System to a first-class 21st century organization where the best and latest technology tools are effectively used to enhance student achievement, to be aware of employee’s needs, and fulfill the community expectations.

High Lassiter Pope
Middle Hightower Trail Mabry Simpson
Elementary Davis East Side Eastvalley Garrison Mill Mountain View Murdock Powers Ferry Sedalia Park Shallowford Falls Tritt

Scott Sweeney - Post 6

ssweeney.boardmember@cobbk12.org | 678-646-2470

After spending many years in private business as a senior manager, business developer and business owner, Scott Sweeney began his first term as the Post 6 representative in January 2011. He has served as the Board’s Chair, Vice-Chair, Budget Liaison, Strategic Planning Committee Member, and as the Board/Community Representative for the presentation of the Ed-SPLOST IV Capital Improvement Initiative. Mr. Sweeney has also served as a 6th Congressional District appointee to the National School Board Association Federal Relations Network and as a Georgia School Board Association Strategic Planning Committee member. Mr. Sweeney earned his Bachelors degree in Economics from UCLA. A seventeen year east Cobb resident, he is the Chief Financial Officer for his family consulting business. As Sr. Vice President with Williams Capital and Vice President with Buchanan Street Partners, he advised on over $700 million in total capital commitments for commercial properties with an aggregate value approaching $3 billion. Scott was Assistant Vice President with Fidelity National Financial, working with their National Title Services group and where he also launched the firm’s §1031 qualified intermediary services in the southeastern United States. As a partner and senior manager, he has developed and operated nationally recognized restaurants in CA, OR, NV, GA and CO. Scott has served as a board or committee member on national, state and local non-profit organizations. He is a frequent speaker at industry events and an author of articles for industry publications. His community involvement includes membership with the Republican National Committee, Georgia GOP, Cobb County GOP, Cobb County Republican Women’s Club (Associate), and as a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He serves on the Walton Governance Council. Mr. Sweeney has supported local youth sports through his involvement as an assistant coach with East Side Baseball. His family enjoys membership with Mt. Bethel United Methodist Church. He is married to Sandy Sweeney, a life-long Cobb County resident. They reside in Marietta and are the proud parents of Gabe Sweeney and Jake Sweeney who attend Cobb County School District schools.

High Walton Wheeler
Middle Dickerson Dodgen East Cobb
Elementary Argyle Brumby Mount Bethel Sope Creek Teasley Teasley Primary Timber Ridge

Brad Wheeler - Post 7

bwheeler.boardmember@cobbk12.org 770-335-5982

High Harrison Hillgrove McEachern
Middle Lost Mountain Lovinggood Smitha
Elementary Cheatham Hill Dowell Due West Ford Hollydale Kemp Milford Still Varner Vaughan