Senator John Albers and Scott Klinger
November 28, 2012 10:00 am
Services at HomeBanc Mortgage Corporation and Director of Online Solutions at Delta Air Lines where he managed the $3 billion delta.com channel. His management experience includes marketing, sales, customer service, operations, and corporate strategy and technology positions. Scott holds an M.B.A. from Georgia State University with a concentration in finance and a B. S. in Industrial Management from Georgia Institute
Senator John Albers, a Republican, represents the 56th District, which includes portions of Fulton and Cherokee County. He serves as vice chairman of the Finance, Public Safety and Science and Technology committees as well as a Deputy Whip. He is also a member of the Economic Development, Education and Ethics committees.
Senator Albers has long been an active member of his community. His affiliations include the World Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Roswell United Methodist Church Job Networking Industry Guide, Alpharetta Public Safety Foundation Board of Directors (past chairman), Hope & Light Foundation Board of Directors, Republican Party Member (National, Georgia, Fulton & Cherokee), Awakening, Heritage Foundation Presidents Club, Scout Leader, EnAble of GA Board of Directors, Sigma Phi Epsilon KY Beta Alumni Board, National Rifle Association, Georgia Carry, Roswell Area Park (youth sports coach), Roswell Historical Society, Friends of Bullock Hall, Kiwanis and Roswell Rotary.
Senator Albers is a fourth generation firefighter serving as a volunteer in Alpharetta and member of the Georgia Firefighters Association. In 2011, Senator Albers was named Legislator of the Year by the Georgia State Firefighters Association and the Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs.
Senator Albers, a devout Methodist, lives in Roswell. He attended the University of Louisville and is a graduate of the Carl Vinson School of Government Legislative Leadership Institute at the University of Georgia. When not attending to state business, Senator Albers is an executive and business owner. He and his wife, Kari of 19 years, have two sons: Will and Ryan.