Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms asked for the resignation letters of 26 high-level city officials on April 9. In an April 10 press conference, Bottoms said that not all of the resignations will be accepted.
Here’s the list of those asked to submit those letters:
Ria Aiken – Director of Emergency Preparedness
Randall Slaughter - Interim Fire Chief
John Gaffney – Chief Financial Officer
Stephanie Stuckey Benfield – Director of Sustainability
Curtis Bailey – Director of Constituent Services
Rashad Taylor – Chief Equity Officer
Roosevelt Council Jr. – Aviation Manager
Faye DiMassimo – Renew Atlanta Infrastructure Program General Manager
Jeremy Berry – City Attorney
William Johnson – Deputy Chief Operating Officer / Commissioner of Public Works
Eloisa Klementich – President and CEO of Invest Atlanta
Catherine Buell – President and CEO of Atlanta Housing Authority
Patrick Labat – Chief of Department of Corrections
Brian McGowan – President and CEO of Atlanta Beltline
Melissa Mullinax – Senior Advisor
Katrina Taylor Parks – Deputy Chief of Staff
Jannquell Peters – Chief Service Officer
Amy Phuong – Commissioner of Parks and Recreation
Kishia Powell – Commissioner of Watershed Management
Daphne Rackley – Interim Chief Information Officer
Erika Shields – Chief of Atlanta Police Department
Jalal Slade – Senior Policy Advisory on Real Estate
Susan Garrett – Interim Chief Procurement Officer
Anne Torres – Director of Communications
Sherri Dickerson – Commissioner of Human Resources
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