Atlanta City Hall shakeup: Who was on Mayor Bottoms’ resignation letter list?


Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms asked for the resignation letters of 26 high-level city officials on April 9. In an April 10 press conference, Bottoms said that not all of the resignations will be accepted.

Here’s the list of those asked to submit those letters:

Ria AikenDirector of Emergency Preparedness

Randall Slaughter - Interim Fire Chief 

John GaffneyChief Financial Officer

Stephanie Stuckey BenfieldDirector of Sustainability

Curtis BaileyDirector of Constituent Services

Rashad Taylor – Chief Equity Officer

Roosevelt Council Jr.Aviation Manager

Faye DiMassimoRenew Atlanta Infrastructure Program General Manager

Jeremy BerryCity Attorney

William JohnsonDeputy Chief Operating Officer / Commissioner of Public Works

Tim KeaneCommissioner of Planning and Community Development

Eloisa KlementichPresident and CEO of Invest Atlanta

Catherine BuellPresident and CEO of Atlanta Housing Authority

Patrick LabatChief of Department of Corrections

Brian McGowanPresident and CEO of Atlanta Beltline

Melissa MullinaxSenior Advisor

Katrina Taylor Parks – Deputy Chief of Staff

Jannquell Peters – Chief Service Officer

Amy PhuongCommissioner of Parks and Recreation

Kishia PowellCommissioner of Watershed Management

Daphne RackleyInterim Chief Information Officer

Erika ShieldsChief of Atlanta Police Department

Jalal SladeSenior Policy Advisory on Real Estate

Susan GarrettInterim Chief Procurement Officer

Anne TorresDirector of Communications

Sherri DickersonCommissioner of Human Resources

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