Chuck Warbington is a life-long resident of Gwinnett County. He is a graduate of Georgia Tech with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree. While at Georgia Tech, he was a wide receiver for the 1990 National Championship Football Team. Chuck and his wife, Stacey, have been married for 19 years, and have 4 children. Chuck is a registered professional engineer having worked as a principal manager for a local Architectural/Engineering company (Pond & Company) for over 13 years. He began the leadership of Gwinnett Village in January 2006 leading the efforts in forming the largest Community Improvement District (CID) in the state in mid-2006. As a graduate of Leadership Gwinnett, Chuck is serving his community in many capacities including as a board member for Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful, the Gwinnett Chamber, and the Fort Daniel Historical Foundation. He currently serves as chairman of the Redevelopment Task Force, chairman of the Gwinnett County Planning Commission, president of Partnership Gwinnett PFE, and past president of the Rotary Club of Gwinnett. He was also recently appointed to the Quantum National Bank Board of Directors. He was selected by the Georgia Engineering Alliance as Engineer of the Year in Private Practice for the state of Georgia in 2003 and was honored as one of Georgia Trend’s 40 under 40 for 2006. In 2012, Chuck was selected by the national publication CE News as one of fifteen Rising Stars in Civil Engineering. He is also consistently ranked on Georgia Trend’s notable Most Influential Georgians list.
As Program Director, Alyssa oversees the CID’s plans and projects. She works to implement a wide range of transportation improvements including road, trail, intersection, streetscaping, bridge, and transit projects. Alyssa also manages the CID’s redevelopment incentives, code enforcement, and grant submittals.
Alyssa completed her undergraduate degree at Davidson College in North Carolina. After graduating, she joined Teach for America, a highly selective corps of recent college graduates who commit to teaching in under-resourced public schools. She taught in the South Bronx for three years while also earning a Master’s in Teaching from Pace University in New York City. After teaching for two more years in the Atlanta Public Schools, she earned her Master’s Degree in City and Regional Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Alyssa has worked for the CID since 2009. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), a graduate of Gwinnett Neighborhood Leadership Institute, and Vice Chair of the Transportation and Development Institute Georgia Chapter.