Linda Becquer-Pritchett

Welcome to the City of South Fulton's District 7 webpage.  It is my honor to serve as your councilwoman since December 2022.  I am grateful and very excited about the overwhelming support I received from the communities in the Old National corridor, Bethsaida Road and the Oakley Industrial Area.  

District 7 is primarily a residential area with one hotel, two shopping centers and a fire station.  We are experiencing a lot of growth and look forward to the development which includes the public safety complex, two more hotels, additional phases to existing single family communities, and another fire station.

A traffic light was erected in the dangerous intersection of Highway 138 and Bethsaida Road with the support of concerned citizens and our Public Works Department.  We were also able to demolish the remains of a home that burned down in one of our communities that has had difficulty getting these types of things done in the past.

I look forward to creating an atmosphere that provides our residents with the quality of life that they deserve and can be proud of.  You can reach me at my district office at (470) 809-7707 or by emailing me.  Gintana Allen serves as the district's legislative specialist. She assists residents with any concerns or requests.


Linda Pritchett is a first generation Cuban American and the niece of the Queen of Salsa, Celia Cruz. She raised her sons, Dakota and Logan, in District 7, where she was elected in December 2022.

She began her career in the life insurance business as a life insurance agent and successfully became the owner of her own agency. Years later, she became an entrepreneur and opened up a retail store named Dakota Logan, selling urban wear to NFL players like Super Bowl champ Ray Lewis, Hall of Fame member Edgerrin James and others. Expanding her education, Ms. Pritchett became a certified paralegal with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. She has worked in the areas of personal injury, criminal and civil law and workers’ compensation for more than 18 years. 

During the last 10 years, when Ms. Pritchett became involved in the political arena, she was honored to become a recipient of President Barack Obama's Lifetime Achievement Award for Service. She has also had the privilege of serving as treasurer for State Sen. Donzella James, legislative aide to State Rep. Sandra Scott and constituent services liaison to State Rep. Ronnie Mabra.  For many years, Ms. Pritchett has continued to be a voting member of the Fulton County Democratic Committee and served as a state committee member in the Democratic Party of Georgia in 2019 and 2020 as well as chair of the Fulton County Democrats Platform Committee.

When Ms. Pritchett became involved in the South Fulton cityhood movement, she ran for city council in 2017.  Although she was not elected at that time, she was appointed to serve on the city’s Renaming Committee and was voted the committee's chair. Among many of the organizations she has been involved in, she was very active in the Greater Old National Action Committee, Next Level Boys Academy and as vice president of the Stoneridge Subdivision Homeowners' Association Board.

Recently Sponsored Legislation

Proper Use of the City Branding Marks (RES2023-056) - July 18, 2023

This resolution sets forth a process for managing violations of the city's branding guidelines, specifically the. city's seal, logo and motto.

Recording Executive Session Minutes (ORD2023-004) - March 28, 2023

Co-authored with District 3 Councilwoman Helen Willis, this ordinance appoints the city clerk or his designee as the authorized recorder of executive session minutes. It also sets penalties for anyone else who records executive session proceedings.

Naming 2023 GMA Convention Delegate (RES2023-50) - May 23, 2023

This resolution named Councilwoman Pritchett as the city's voting delegate and Parade of Flags delegate for the 2023 Georgia Municipal Association Convention.