Servant Leadership Style: Smith has become known in our community as a person who puts teams together to get good things done. In recent years, he’s been asked to tackle issues in our community and today there are programs in place that are making our community better.
Smith started as a volunteer firefighter after 9/11, and over the years worked his way up to leadership roles in everything from workforce and economic development, to education and starting a program for at-risk children to help improve their test scores in school. He has head-coached more than 12 youth sports teams in Roswell and sits on the Roswell youth Baseball and Football boards. He was recently asked to work on the Advisory Board to North Fulton Regional Hospital as they move further into their ownership under Wellstar. There is a huge network of wonderful volunteer organizations here in Roswell lifting up our community including STAR House, Homestretch, the Drake House, RUMC Jobs Network and North Fulton Community Charities, to name a few. He is proud to have been a part of this community.
Smith believes in a servant leadership style of management where a strong leader gets things done through helping other people grow and wanting to become servants themselves. He plan to bring that style of leadership to City Hall.