City Council member Jeanne Aulbach, discussing post 4 and city issues
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Jeanne Aulbach served as Membership Chair for the United Peachtree Corners Civic Association (UPCCA). At the same time, she served as a core member of the Peachtree Corners Yes (PCY) Committee during the City’s incorporation movement. In her role with PCY, she researched city issues, the founding charter, and issues facing all U.S. municipalities in order to write that organization’s city information blogs.
Previously, Aulbach worked for 13 years with Citizens & Southern National Bank. She was Group Controller and Compliance Officer in the Capital Markets Group before moving to corporate banking, where she performed cash management studies and treasury management reviews.
She then worked as an independent technical trainer and software developer, automating and streamlining processes for clients such as AIG Aviation, Finishing Dynamics, and Acuity Brands Lighting. After working with Acuity for a year, she accepted a full time position there.
A volunteer with the Avocet Homeowners Association since 2004, Aulbach served on the HOA’s board as its president and treasurer, and on the COPS and Architectural Control committees.
A native of York, Pennsylvania, Aulbach moved to Atlanta in 1977.
She earned a B.S. degree in Psychology from York College. She holds Masters Degrees in both Accounting and Information Systems from Georgia State University.