About Michael Caldwell
Mayor Caldwell serves as the Cherokee County mayoral representative on the ARC Board.
Along with being the 31st mayor of Woodstock, Mr. Caldwell is an entrepreneur, business owner, and a four-term member of the Georgia House of Representatives. When elected in 2012, Mayor Caldwell had the distinction of being the youngest state legislator in the U.S.
He owns Black Airplane, a full-stack digital product agency located in downtown Woodstock. As a proven technology leader, he serves at the request of Governor Brian Kemp on the Board of Directors of the Georgia Technology Authority.
Mayor Caldwell also serves on the Board of Directors of the Cherokee County Historical Society. His wife, Katie, is the president of the Woodstock Arts Board of Directors. A Woodstock native, Mayor Caldwell, graduated from Cherokee County Public Schools and earned his BBA in Finance from Kennesaw State University. He is currently growing his business and raising his family in downtown Woodstock. He and his wife, Katie, have three children and are members of the Sojourn Woodstock congregation.