Olympia L. Billings, Administrative Coordinator
Olympia L. Billings serves as Administrative Coordinator in the Office of Commissioner Emma I. Darnell. Billings joined Fulton County Government in 2004, as an administrative coordinator in the Workforce Development Office in the Department of Human Services. In 2005, she joined the Commissioner’s staff. In her role she provides overall administrative support to the Commissioner. Among her responsibilities include constituent services and inter-office communications: with other county officials and department heads. She also provides support for the Commissioner’s external communications to local, state and federal officials and agencies. Billings also is the assistant producer of “The Mighty6 Conversations” cable TV program. Billings earned an Associate of Arts in Business Administration Degree from Strayer University in Morrow, Ga.
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.
John Reed, Special Assistant to the Commissioner
John D. Reed Jr. serves as Special Assistant to Commissioner Emma I. Darnell. In his role he provides operational support to the Commissioner and is the District 6 Office liaison to constituents and community stakeholders. He also provides senior policy research and analysis used in the planning and implementation of public policy. Reed joined the commissioner’s staff in 2017, after more than 25 years as a professional firefighter in the Fulton County Fire Department, ten years as a chief officer before retiring in 2011 as a battalion chief. Previously he served in the U.S. Marine Corps four years.
Reed is a graduate of Senior Executive Management Program at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix. He also earned two Associate of Arts Degrees, in Fire Science and Fire Management from Georgia Perimeter College in Decatur, Ga. Reed is also a graduate of the Carl Holmes Executive Development Institute at Dillard University, New Orleans.