About Michael Edmondson
Since moving to Clayton County in 1998, Commissioner Michael Edmondson has been an active member of the community. He graduated Leadership Clayton in 2000 and later joined its Advisory Board, including two terms as Chairman. In 2002, he received the Clayton County Chamber of Commerce Chairman's Award as volunteer of the year. Mr. Edmondson has spent over a decade as member of Rotary International, including terms as Treasurer and President of the Rotary Club of Lake Spivey. He is a former Treasurer for Keep Clayton County Beautiful, Inc., served on the board of his own Lake Jodeco Homeowners Association and was the inaugural Treasurer of Lake Spivey Community, Inc. In 2009, Governor Sonny Perdue appointed Commissioner Michael Edmondson to the Circuit Public Defender's Office Supervisory Panel.
Commissioner Edmondson received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Government from The University of Texas at Austin in 1994. He completed the Certified Financial PlannerTM curriculum through Oglethorpe University in 2003 and currently holds the CFP® designation. He completed the International Economic Developer Council's CEcD certification program through Georgia Tech in 2009. Professionally, he offers financial planning and investment services through one of the nation's largest and oldest financial institutions.
Commissioner Edmondson, his wife, Karen, and their three children live in the Lake Spivey area of unincorporated Clayton County.
Susan Butler, District 4 Constituent Aide
For Commissioner Michael Edmondson
112 Smith Street, Jonesboro, GA 30236
Phone: (770) 473-5445
Fax: (678) 479-5034