Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful Welcomes Eight New Members to its Citizens Advisory Board

Staff Report From Metro Atlanta CEO

Wednesday, May 13th, 2020

Committed to connecting people and resources for a sustainable Gwinnett, Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful (GC&B) announced today that it has added eight new members to its Citizens Advisory Board. This brings the total number of members to 38 plus seven emeritus board members for the environmentally focused nonprofit. Representing some of the county and state’s finest municipal, educational, business and community leaders, GC&B is proud to add the following new members:

Jason Chandler, Gwinnett Medical Foundation

Melvin Everson, Gwinnett Technical College

Lynette Howard, WestRock

Jann Joseph, Georgia Gwinnett College

Kay Sibetta, AARP of Georgia

Jenny Simpkins, City of Lilburn

Trent Spake, Chastain & Associates Insurance

Ron Siebenhener, Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources (Retired)

“In addition to being true movers and shakers – not only in Gwinnett but also in the State of Georgia – members of our board are caring individuals, first and foremost,” said Schelly Marlatt, Executive Director for Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful. “They care about the environment and our community, and they bring a wide variety of perspectives to the table based on their field of expertise. The diversity of our board allows us to look at every issue impacting our environment from every angle – how all issues affect our schools, cities, marketplace and community. Each member also brings incredible ideas of ways schools, businesses, cities and organizations can partner with us to make a lasting difference for the good of our community. Our board is a catalyst for a movement to create a cleaner, greener, more sustainable Gwinnett.”