Natasha Williams-Brown

Welcome to the South Fulton City Council District 6 website. It is my greatest honor to serve as your council member. The District 6 staff and I are dedicated to addressing the concerns of and improving our community and the City of South Fulton.

As your representative, I am committed to being your voice on the city council - advocating for safer streets, thriving local businesses, great schools and activated park space.


Natasha Williams-Brown is the District 6 councilwoman for the City of South Fulton, where she has been a resident since 1978 when she moved with her mother to the Vermont Estates subdivision in District 3.  Natasha is a proud 1985 graduate of Northside High School of the Performing Arts where she played the viola in the orchestra. She earned her bachelor's degree in radio and television broadcasting journalism at Georgia State University in 1992 and her master's of public administration degree in public management in 1996. 

Professionally Natasha has enjoyed a 30-plus-year career in the public sector working in both state government and in higher education, and is currently employed at Emory University in the Rollins School of Public Health, where she works with faculty to secure sponsored programs funding for their research.  As well, Natasha is a member of the National Council of University Administrators (NCURA), and currently serves as the chair for Region III, the largest region in NCURA. 

Natasha has been active member of the South Fulton community and has served in a number of volunteer positions including service as a former parent representative on the Hapeville Charter School Board, the former secretary and vice president of the Love T. Nolan Elementary PTA and the former block captain for the Woodward Estates neighborhood watch.  

She is a proud wife of Ricky Brown, mother of one daughter, Elizabeth, and one fur baby, Nyx.

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