About Rochelle Robinson
Rochelle Robinson serves as the Vice Chairman of the Atlanta Regional Commission. She is a member of the Governance Committee, and also serves on the Community Resources Committee and the Transportation & Air Quality Committee (TAQC).
Mayor Robinson served on the Douglasville City Council from 2002 to 2006 and was elected the city's first female mayor in 2015.
Robinson has served the public for over thirty years, working in federal, state, and local governments. She served in the Ohio Army National Guard from 1981 to 1987 and worked for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) from 1987 to 1995. After moving to Georgia, she worked with the mentally challenged at Clayton County Mental Health prior to running for city council.
Robinson grew up in Ohio where she made history as the first black cheerleader at Youngstown State University in 1984. She is also an ordained minister, serving alongside her husband, the Reverend Jeffrey Robinson, as co-pastor for Total Renewal Church of God in Rex, GA. The Robinsons are the parents of three children.