Eva Galambos

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Eva Cohn Galambos (born circa 1928) was the first mayor of Sandy Springs, Georgia, and served until November 2013, when Rusty Paul was elected mayor. She has a Ph.D. in economics from Georgia State University, a master's degree (M.A.) in labor and industrial relations from the University of Illinois, and a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) from the University of Georgia (1948).

Galambos had held various positions in the Sandy Springs community before being elected the first mayor of the city in early November 2005. She was the president of the Committee for Sandy Springs, 1975–2005, which fought to incorporate Sandy Springs. She is also a co-founder and former secretary of Sandy Springs Revitalization; founder of Sandy Springs Clean and Beautiful; chairwoman of services committee for the Sandy Springs Council of Neighborhoods; former chairwoman of the Fulton County Public Housing Authority; and founder of Sandy Springs Civic Roundtable. She is of the Jewish Faith.


Preceded by
Inaugural Mayor
Mayor of Sandy Springs, Georgia
Succeeded by
Rusty Paul


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