Robert H. Kelly, Assistant to the Commissioner
Public Policy and Legislative Affairs
Robert H. Kelly serves as Assistant to the Commissioner for Public Policy and Legislative Affairs. He joined the Commissioner’s Office in December 2017, after serving as a staff member in the Clerk to the Commission’s Office. In his role, Kelly is responsible for research and analysis of all legislative matters including County resolutions; city ordinances; state and federal laws and other public policies that may impact the citizens of Fulton County.
Prior to joining Fulton County Government, Kelly worked in the private sector in account management at one of the world’s top consumer-goods companies.
Robert earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Degree from the University of West Georgia. For his significant impact on the campus and community, city officials bestowed upon him the honor of naming the day of his graduation “Robert H. Kelly Day” in the city of Carrollton, Ga. Kelly also holds a Master of Public Administration Degree from the University of Georgia and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the UGA Law School, at which he was president of the Black Law Student Association.
Kelly and his wife welcomed their first-born (daughter) into the world in April 2018.
Rosalynd Y. Rawls, Executive Assistant to the Commissioner
Rosalynd Y. Rawls serves as Executive Assistant to Commissioner Emma I. Darnell. She joined the Commissioner’s Office in 2012. Rawls coordinates the Commissioner’s calendar and schedule. As the public’s first point of contact with the Office, she also has the unique role of “director of first impressions.” Prior to joining Fulton County Government Rawls was an executive assistant at Greyhound Corporation in the company’s Southeast Regional Office. Prior to her work in the private sector, she spent three years as a judicial assistant in the City of Atlanta Municipal Court. Rawls earned a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Administrative Management from Clayton State University, in Morrow, Ga.