Ann Rosenthal


Ann Rosenthal, CID President, lives in Tucker with her husband and has called DeKalb County home for more than twenty years. In addition to Ann’s duties as President of the CID, she is also President of ARC, Inc., a governmental affairs consulting firm. Ann was a member of the Tucker CID Formation Committee, is a 2000 graduate of Leadership DeKalb and 2003 graduate of Leadership Georgia. Ann is an active member of the community and among the many organizations she works with, she serves on the board of People to People International and is a member of the Stone Mountain Rotary.

Beth White Ganga

Project Development Coordinator

Beth has lived in the Tucker-Northlake area since 1989. Beth is active in the Tucker Civic Association, where she serves as the Transportation Specialist for the Proactive Planning, Land Use and Zoning Committee. She also has served on DeKalb County’s Transportation Division’s Community Advisory Committee, and is currently a member of the Steering Committee for the City of Tucker’s Comprehensive Plan.  Beth is also the leader of the Tucker Lifelong Community (TLC) “Moving” focus group, working with the Atlanta Regional Commission to fund and implement grants related to transportation, parks and community gardens.  Beth has been an active volunteer with our local parks for a number of years, and serves on the Board of Directors of Friends of Tucker Parks, Friends of Tucker Nature Preserve and Friends of Johns Homestead Park.

John Gurbal

Project Manager

John Gurbal, Project Manager, has 36 years of related experience, 9 in the private sector and 27 in the public sector with DeKalb County Public Works. John’s work with the County was primarily in infrastructure upgrades and management of capital projects. He retired from DeKalb County as Associate Director of Public Works, Transportation Division which was responsible for managing, planning, seeking funding, designing, and implementation of various capital projects such as road improvements, intersections, trails, sidewalks, streetscapes, traffic signalization upgrades and other public works upgrades.


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