Leslie Carol Robson was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania into a military family. She spent the first eight years of her life on several different bases until the family was finally transferred to North Carolina where she grew up, attending St. Mary’s school, Goldsboro High School, and East Carolina University.
Leslie and her husband Jim have been residents of Huntley Hills in Chamblee since 1996. She received her degree in environmental horticulture from North Metro Tech in 1999. Upon graduating, she formed her present company, Dragonfly Landscapes & Gardens, a residential landscape design/build firm.
Leslie was first elected to office in 2007. Since taking office she has been devoted to becoming a knowledgeable and well-learned public servant and has achieved over 250 hours of credit in state and local government policy and practices seminars sponsored by the Georgia Municipal Association and the University of Georgia.
In addition to fulfilling her duties as an elected official Leslie also currently serves as a volunteer Chamblee Downtown Development Authority board member and was instrumental in its founding. She is a member of the Huntley Hills Neighborhood Association and Keep Chamblee Beautiful.