Hi, My Name is Kim Scott


Hi, my name is Kim Scott. I'm a former NPU Chair and I spent 7 years as an engineer with the city of Atlanta, and now I'm proud to be our candidate for City Council District 4. I am an Atlanta native who is a West End homeowner. I grew up in Collier Heights and graduated from Frederick Douglass High School. 


Atlanta runs deep in my roots. I know and love this city. Andrew Scott, my dad, grew up in Mechanicsville and is now retired, was a janitor with the Atlanta Public Schools where he started at 18 and worked there for 32 years. He graduated from West Fulton High School. My mother, Yvonne Carter, grew up in Grove Park and graduated from Turner High School. I have one brother and a host of close cousins that live in Atlanta. After I graduated from Vanderbilt University, I returned to Atlanta and have been serving in the community that I love ever since. 


I am running to be the next City Council District 4 council person because I want to #Restorethe4. Help me to Restore Atlanta's District 4 to prominence and excellence. District 4 deserves more. Here is my Blueprint for a Better District 4: (1) Investing in Our Children; (2) Maintaining Safe and Inviting Neighborhoods; (3) Building Affordable Housing; and (4) Developing our Workforce. Please vote for Kim Scott on November 2, 2021. 


  • Frederick Douglass High School

  • Vanderbilt University, B.E., Chemical Engineering


  • City of Atlanta, Former Engineer and Project Director

  • Intown Realty Development, CEO

  • Introduce a Girl to Engineering, Inc., CEO 

Community Service:

  • Historic Atlanta, Board Member

  • Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors, Governmental Affairs Committee Member

  • Women in Commercial Real Estate (CREW), Board Member

  • Empire Board of Realtists (EBR) Development Council, Chair 

  • Neighborhood Planning Unit (NPU-T), Immediate Past Chair 

  • Fulton County Homestead Exemption Taskforce, Taskforce Member

  • West End Historic District Neighborhood, Past President

  • NPU-T Zoning Committee, Chairperson

Church Home:

  • Northview Christain Church, Committee Member and Bible Study Group Leader

  • Past church: Bishop Paul Morton, Changing a Generation Full Gospel Baptist Church


Equity Meets Opportunity


Why Vote Kim?


As our next Council member, I will fight for:

  • More stable and affordable housing so every family can afford to live in our community.

  • More good jobs with good pay and good benefits to help grow our middle class.

  • More funding for after school programs and more public-private partnership mentorships

  • Repairing our 10,000 broken streetlights

  • More safe sidewalks so our kids can walk to school

  • More mixed-income developments that benefit everyone in our community