Angela G. Sapp retained the City District 2 Commissioner seat for a second term on April 27, 2010.
She was elected Mayor by her peers and sworn in on April 30, 2010; after serving as Mayor Pro-Tem from 2010-2012.
She is committed to using innovation and technology in an effort to decrease costs, increase efficiency, and provide citizens with greater access to their government.
Angela serves the citizens of Quincy by volunteerism and therein leadership in many community nonprofit boards, charities and service organizations.
She has proven her deep commitment to the community and continues to ensure the highest level of integrity in the City's government.
Sapp received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Vocational Home Economics from Florida A&M University and a Master of Education Degree in Education Administration from Grand Canyon University of Phoenix Arizona.She has over 30 years experience with the Gadsden County Public School District as a Home Economics Teacher, Science Teacher, Instructional and Athletic Coach, and District Science Specialist.
Angela is the mother of one teenage daughter.
Her civic and social obligations include membership in the Gadsden County Tourist Development Council, Florida League of Cities, National League of Cities, Gadsden County Democratic Women Club, East Gadsden High School Health Advisory Council, Florida A.&M.
University National Alumni Association, St. James A.M.E. Church, Healthy Health Initiative and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc.
Angela Sapp was re-elected as District 2 Commissioner and Mayor Pro-Tem by her fellow commissioners on April 27, 2010 and was sworn-in on April 30, 2010.
Commissioner Sapp was originally elected to District 2 to complete Sherrie Taylor's term of office.
Angela and her family spend a great deal of time together.
They especially enjoy traveling and are very fond of cruising and fishing in our local popular tourist attraction - Lake Talquin.
Angela G. SappMayor Pro-Tem 2010
PK-12 Director Dr. Sylvia Jackson, Race to the Top Science Specialist Angela Sapp, Dr. Tawanga Katsvairo of BUC Technologies, and TERRA representatives Bob Bruggner and Jorge Ortega collaborated to create the Gadsden STEM Academy experience for students.
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