By Wilborn P. Nobles III & Greg Bluestein | The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Former Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is leaving her temporary role as a senior official in the Biden administration, but she made clear Monday she intends to stay involved in public policy as she returns to Georgia.
“It’s time for me to get back home, get back to my family and focus on the future,” Bottoms said in an interview with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
President Joe Biden announced Monday that Steven Benjamin, the former mayor of Columbia, S.C., will replace Bottoms as a senior adviser and Director of the Office of Public Engagement. Benjamin’s new job begins in April.
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