Senator John Albers in the Senate leadership as the Chief Deputy Whip, chairman of the Public Safety Committee, vice chairman of the Finance Committee as well as member of Appropriations, Education, Veterans and Rules committees.
John sits on numerous business and charitable boards. In 2011, 2013 & 2017, Senator Albers was named Legislator of the Year. In 2018 & 2020 Senator Albers was recognized for outstanding legislative service and a small business champion and then honored with the Legislative Services Award.
Senator Albers earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Louisville. Albers also graduated from the University of Georgia Legislative Leadership Institute and the Cybersecurity program at Harvard University. He and his wife, Kari of 28 years, have two sons and are members of RUMC.
Mary Robichaux has a 40+ year career in Healthcare with both clinical and management experience working for organizations such as Johns Hopkins Medical Center, Emory Healthcare and American Heart Association. She served as the regional VP for Quality for the American Heart Association covering six states and two territories across the southeast. She currently does consulting work with healthcare organizations across the country. She is also serving her second term as the Georgia State Representative for HD 48 (Roswell & Alpharetta). Mary has lived in Roswell for 29 years where she and her husband of 43 years, Rory, have raised their twin sons. She is the proud grandmother of two granddaughters.