30 members of Lester Miller’s transitional team

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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT)– Mayor-elect Lester Miller announced a list of 30 people that will help make plans for his administration.

Miller says the group will use their various areas of expertise to address problems in Macon-Bibb.

Transitional Team:

Andrea Cooke

  • Director of Development, Southern Center for Choice Theory
  • Works with Helping Mamas to pick up items for families in need.
  • Her goals are to advocate for mental wellness, whole-body care, and all social justice issues.

Brenda Sutton Williams

  • Director, Houston and Macon Judicial Circuit’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Program
  • Radio Personality at All of Sutton Live Radio Chat
  • Supports racial justice and women.

Dr. Cassandra Miller-Washington

  • Executive Director of Career, Technical, & Agricultural Director for the Bibb-County School District
  • The Association for Career and Technical Education presented her with an Excellence Award.
  • Advocates for education.

Charise Stephens

  • Social Entrepreneur and Community Leader
  • Chief Executive Officer at Georgia Wellness and Fitness Festival
  • Advocates for racial justice, community involvement, economic development opportunities, and voting.

Cynthia Busbee

  • Vice President of Public Affairs and Consumer Advocacy, Navicent Health
  • Deals with marketing strategy, design, and placement of branding.
  • Advocates for public education and reading.

Darius Maynard

  • Program Officer, Community Foundation of Central Georgia
  • Processes weekly grant recommendations from Foundation donors
  • Advocates for racial justice, peace, and education.

Lt. Garin Flanders

  • Vice President, Macon-Bibb Firefighters Association
  • Has worked in Macon-Bibb as a firefighter for 15 years.
  • Advocates for community involvement and emergency management.

Gary Wheat

  • President and CEO, Visit Macon
  • Specializes in public relations, social media,
  • Advocates for music, entertainment, and tourism.

George McCanless

  • President and CEO, United Way of Central Georgia
  • Board member for the Museum of Aviation and a Board Chair for the Grand Opera House.
  • Advocates for children, education, and literacy.

George Greer

  • Attorney, Spivey, Pope, Green and Greer, LLC
  • Works with real estate
  • Advocates for affordable housing, and low-income housing tax credits

Gigi Weaver

  • Founder, Macon Vegans
  • Does Plant-based diet coaching at Holistically Gigi
  • Advocates for healthy eating and veganism

 

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Peyton Lewis is a 20-year-old reporter from Stockbridge, Georgia. She graduated in December of 2019 with her Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from the University of Georgia. She found a love for reporting after receiving a video camera for her 8th birthday. She and her friends would make mock newscasts in her backyard other creative content. Peyton's love for writing and creating videos pushed her to pursue journalism. In order to kick-start her dream of being a reporter, she left the traditional high school experience at the age of 16 to attend Gordon State College as a full-time student. She graduated with her Associate's degree two weeks before graduating from high school. Previously, Peyton worked as a news intern for 11 Alive in Atlanta, a radio intern for the Joy FM, and a reporter/ technical manager for Grady Newsource. Peyton dreams to become an investigative reporter that leaves a lasting impact on the world around her. She loves Disney, dogs, spicy food, musicals, and her family. Peyton also enjoys reading, watching movies, cheering on the Dawgs, and going on new adventures.