With the November 2, 2021 elections fastly approaching, RWAM has decided to feature Black women who are running for political office in the metro Atlanta area throughout the month of October. Our goal and commitment is to keep our readers and followers educated and informed. This is not an endorsement.
MEET JAZZMIN RANDALL COBBLE
Candidate City Council for City of Stonecrest, District 3, Incumbent
Mrs. Jazzmin Randall Cobble is honored and excited to serve 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, resources, and services to enjoy life.
During her first term on City Council, Councilwoman Cobble has built a reputation for being a strong voice for her constituents while also demanding fiscal responsibility and accountability from the city administration. In 2019, she created her signature, annual community event, “D3 Screen on the Green and Entrepreneur Expo” featuring both youth and adult entrepreneurs in Stonecrest with free food, DJ, live band, children’s activities, and a familyfriendly movie in the park to culminate the evening.
Jazzmin holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Albany State University. She also holds a Master of Public Administration in Government and Nonprofit Management from DeVry University. Additionally, she holds certifications from the State of Georgia in both Procurement and Fiscal Management. Jazzmin has served in state government for over 12 years through various state agencies as she serves this great State of Georgia as the State Director of Fleet Management. She is a member of the Albany State University National Alumni Association (also DeKalb Alumni Chapter), DeKalb Chapter of the NAACP, DeKalb County Democratic Party Post Seat Holder HD 91, DeKalb County Young Democrats, as well a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. just to name a few.
*At the time of her March 21st, 2017 election, Jazzmin was the youngest city council member elected in DeKalb County, GA history.