Through your tax-deductible contribution to Georgia Metropolitan Dance Theatre, you enable the theatre, a 501(c)(3) organization, to continue its mission – to encourage and foster the development of confidence, poise, discipline, and positive self expression in its students through the proper and traditional instruction of the art of dance. Your donations make our work possible, and we are grateful for your continued support.
Cassie Mazloom was appointed Director of the Cobb Emergency Management Agency by the Board of Commissioners in April 2017. Mazloom served as EMA's Deputy Director since October 2012. She began her 16-year career with Cobb County as a uniformed police officer and through the years served as a detective in the Domestic Violence and Stalking Unit and as Public Information Officer. Mazloom holds Bachelor's degrees in Criminal Justice and Sociology from The University of Georgia. She is also a 2015 graduate of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce Honorary Commanders Program and a 2017 graduate of Cobb Chamber of Commerce Leadership Cobb Program. Mazloom leads an active lifestyle as a certified group fitness instructor and enjoys running and cycling. She is married to Mazi Mazloom, a local attorney, and has two step-children Leila, 14 and Arian, 12.
Ken Johnson is a Licensed Professional Counselor and supervisor in private practice and the Founder and Director of East-West Psychotherapy in Marietta. Four years ago, Ken suffered a major medical trauma that left him paralyzed and in a wheelchair. Since then, Ken and his wife Cathy have learned to adapt to life in a wheelchair. Besides counseling, Ken serves on the Consumer Advisory Committee at Shepherd Center, the Accessible Advisory Committee for the Atlanta Braves, and on the Board of Spinal Cord Peer Support USA. Ken is a member of Leadership Cobb 2017 and participates on committees and with the Leadership Cobb Alumni Association. He is a member of Cobb Chamber of Commerce. Ken has been married to Cathy Johnson for 34 years. They have two grown daughters, one son-in-law and a new grandson. They are members of West Cobb Church and stay involved with local and international ministries.