Ann Marie Quill
Hometown Donalsonville, GA
Birthday Nov. 23
Bio Since graduating from the University of Georgia in 1995 with a degree in journalism, Ann Marie Quill has lived in the metro-Atlanta area working for community newspapers. She worked as a copy editor for The Marietta Daily Journal for three years, followed by a nine-year stint at The Atlanta Jewish Times as a reporter and editor. In 2009 she helped launch The Roswell Current, where she served as managing editor for a year before coming to Patch.
How would you describe your political beliefs?
Moderate, though I tend to lean liberal in social matters and conservative in financial issues. And, yes, I realize that is a bit of a contradiction.
Are you registered with a certain party?
How religious would you consider yourself? (casual, observant, devout, non religious)
I was raised by a Catholic father and a Methodist mother. As a result, I believe all religions deserve respect.
Local Hot-Button Issues
What do you think are the most important issues facing the community?
I interested to watch Johns Creek grow as a city and develop its own identity. I'm also interested in the movement by Johns Creek and its North Fulton neighbors - Alpharetta, Milton, Roswell and Sandy Springs - to break off from Fulton County and the city of Atlanta by forming Milton County.