STONECREST WEEKLY'S CITY COUNCIL ELECTION SERIES.
Tune in to hear each candidate answer 10 questions in relationship their view on the City of Stonecrest. Each candidate will answer the same 10 questions, giving you a clear perspective of each candidate without any outside influence.
Today’s episode features Candidate Kwabena “Cubby” Nkromo of District 1.
Kwabena “Cubby” Nkromo has been a dedicated community activist and builder since his teenage years in Boston. He studied Plant & Soil Sciences at Tuskegee University and Agricultural Economics at Clemson University, but is a self taught Food Systems Planner. Some of Cubby’s career roles have included serving as the Community Builder for Family Economic Success with the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Atlanta Civic Site, Organizer with the Housing Justice League (formerly Occupy Our Homes Atlanta), AmeriCorps tutor for geometry at Carver High School in Atlanta, representative of The Food Commons in Atlanta, and Chef Instructor at Pine Street Inn. He is the Founder of Atlanta Food & Farm PBC (AF2GA).
“Farmer Citizen” & Politics
Cubby was born in Boston MA within his beloved home neighborhood of Roxbury, but has spent much of his adult life in the cities of Atlanta GA and Houston TX. He expressed his early civic orientation by running for and being elected as Chair of Neighborhood Planning Unit T (NPU-T) in Southwest Atlanta (2008). He went on to run for GA State Representative (District 57) in 2012. Cubby’s current public service goal is to be elected to the District 1 seat of the Stonecrest GA City Council.
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