It’s not every day that we get an opportunity to sit down with political candidates, especially not those in a heated race for the title of “Mayor of Atlanta.” Atlanta City Council President, Atlanta native and viable candidate for mayor for that popular city, Ceasar Mitchell joins The Cool Soror Podcast as our Cool Bruh feature of the week. A member of Omega Psi Phi, he credits a great deal of his servant heart to his grandmother who provided “Meals On Wheels” well into her 70’s.
It is because of this guidance and his commitment to building upon the legacy of Atlanta that he feels he is the right man for the job. In this episode, Ceasar tells us more about his life before politics, including turning down a football scholarship to later delivering summons to two men who would later make history in Atlanta. He also talks about his daughters and what it feels like to be a father to a new son. He also addresses what he feels has changed in the legacy of Old Atlanta politics.
Through the years Mitchell has been a visionary leader and public servant, whose unwavering dedication to creating a better Atlanta is reflected in his commitment to initiatives targeting child safety, community policing, economic development, education and more. Mitchell feels he has positioned himself to lead a flourishing city like only a true servant can.