Over the last 4+ years, Mrs. Jazzmin Randall Cobble has served as the District 3 City Councilwoman for the City of Stonecrest. As a fellow resident, she has a vested interest in seeing that each generation in the City of Stonecrest has the representation, guidance, and resources to enjoy life. Ensuring that our community can directly provide those things for our residents is of utmost importance and is more achievable now with the creation of the City of Stonecrest.
Jazzmin holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from her beloved alma mater, Albany State University and holds a Master of Public Administration with an emphasis in Government and Nonprofit Management from DeVry University. Jazzmin has also earned various certifications from the State of Georgia in procurement and fiscal management. She has worked in State government for 12+ years through the Departments of Human Resources, Community Health, Public Health and Audits and Accounts.
Currently, she serves this great State of Georgia as the Director of Fleet Management. Immediately preceding that position, Jazzmin served as the Operations Manager for the Department of Audits and Accounts.
Jazzmin is a member of the Albany State University National Alumni Association, ASU DeKalb Alumni Chapter, DeKalb Chapter of the NAACP as well a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Professionally, she serves as President of the National Conference of State Fleet Administrators and is a member of National Association of Fleet Administrators just to name a few.
She and her husband are the proud parents of one son. The Cobbles have been residents of the Stonecrest/Lithonia area for the past 12+ years.
*At the time of her March 21st, 2017 election, Jazzmin was the youngest city council member elected in DeKalb County, GA history.
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