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Mayor Donna Pittman
Mayor Donna Pittman, a native of DeKalb County and longtime Doraville resident, studied criminal justice and other aspects of law enforcement early in her career. She was elected Doraville’s mayor during a special election in the summer of 2011 and re-elected to a full four-year term later that year. In November, 2015 she was re-elected to a second term. Prior to becoming mayor, Mayor Pittman served as a District 1 representative on the Doraville City Council, where she rose to Mayor Pro Tem.

Mayor Pittman displayed an unwavering commitment to improving her community long before entering politics. She served as an officer with the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office, where she also served as Community Relations liaison. She was one of the original members of the board of directors that helped establish Peachtree Charter Middle School, a member of the DeKalb Emergency Management Agency and served on the DeKalb County Board of Health.

As the first woman elected Mayor of Doraville, she has received acclamations from the State of Georgia, the Consulate General, Cross Keys High School and numerous other state, county and local organizations. She often speaks at local schools and gives back by mentoring future leaders of DeKalb County.

Mayor Pittman is a proud wife of a Marine and mother of four children.

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Shannon Hillard, Council District Three
Council member Hillard decided to run for City Council because she wanted to make a difference in the community.  She has always enjoyed participating in local/community events. She helped coordinate Oakcliff Estates First Easter Egg Hunt at English Oak Park. It was a joy seeing the excitement on the children's face's. The whole community came together and had a wonderful time. As a new Council Member, Ms. Hillard would like to continue to bring that "togetherness" back to the City of Doraville.  She is a Realtor, licensed thru all of Georgia, and will use her knowledge and expertise in both residential and commercial real estate to make the best decisions for the city, our residents and it's growth. Council Member Hillard loves that Doraville is so Diverse and rich in culture. The residents of Doraville are what really bring this city to life.  Ms. Hillard feels that Doraville needs to focus on what is best for the city's residents and their needs.  She would like to see the city move towards more community friendly agendas that encourage positive growth and residents come together as a whole.  She is encouraged by the new growth with the Assembly and Nexus project. The positive new growth attracts the attention of people looking for a city to call home. Council member Hillard’s  top priorities she would like to address as council member:

- Bring the Community Back Together
- Improve Pedestrian Access, Parks and Green Space
- Push for Better Schools or Ways to Decrease the Overcrowding
- Push for Revenue Generating Businesses that are Favored by Residents
- Push for a More Efficient City Budget

Ms. Hillard’s personal hero is her mother.  She has always been a positive role model in Ms. Hillard’s life, with a great attitude that radiates to all who come in contact with her.  Council Member Hillard resides in Doraville with her husband Charlie, and their son, Andrew.

Council member Hillard was sworn into office in January 2016, her term expires December 31, 2019.

Dawn O’Connor, Council District Two
Council member O’Connor has resided in Doraville for 38 years and is deeply connected to this community.  She and her husband raised their two sons in Doraville, and both sons attended Northwoods Elementary and Sequoyah High School.  Currently retired from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, she served as a Health Communications Specialist with the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. She was an active supporter of the North DeKalb Youth Athletic Association at Honeysuckle Park during its early founding and has been serving as Vice President of the Northwoods Neighborhood Watch Program.  Ms. O'Connor previously served on Doraville’s Ethics Commission and stepped down when she was elected to Doraville City Council in November 2013. Council member O'Connor's term expires December 31, 2017.
M.D. Naser, Council District Two
Mr. Naser has lived in the Northwoods neighborhood for the past 16 years with his wife and two daughters. For the past seven years, he has worked for the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office. Studying business and commerce in college, he worked in retail management for nine years prior to joining the Sheriff’s Office. Mr. Naser was sworn in as Council member on January 4, 2016. Council member Naser's term expires December 31, 2019.

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Pam Fleming, Council District One
First sworn into office on January 7, 2008, Council member Fleming has been a Doraville resident for 28 years and an active community leader for the last 26. During this time, Mrs. Fleming has been a strong advocate for Doraville and a stalwart for youth sports, serving numerous organizations that include the North DeKalb Youth Association and the Doraville Youth Shrine Bowl. A proud mother and grandmother, Mrs. Fleming is the widow of the late Forrest Fleming, who served on the City Council for 21 years. Mr. Fleming was instrumental in developing the City’s recreational facilities, and the arena at Honeysuckle Park, which is named after him, is a lasting tribute to his legacy. She is actively involved at North Peachtree Baptist Church where she has been a member for 17 years. There, she serves as the Senior Ladies Ministry leader and teaches adult Sunday school. Council member Fleming was re-elected to a second term in November 2011 and a third term in November 2015.  Council member Fleming's term will expire December 31, 2019.
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Robert Patrick, Council District One (Mayor Pro Tem)
Council member Patrick was elected in a Special Election to fill the seat formerly held by Mayor Pittman on March 6, 2012. Mr. Patrick was sworn into office on March 19, 2012 and ran unopposed in November 2013. He was sworn into his first full term of office on January 6, 2014. Council member Patrick's term expires December 31, 2017. Sharon Spangler, Council District Three
Council member Spangler was elected in November 2013 and sworn into office on January 6, 2014. Council member Spangler’s term expires December 31, 2017.