Governments of Floyd County and City of Rome, GA

Commissioner Allison Watters

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Allison Watters

Commissioner Allison Watters

Allison Watters is the co-owner of Do Good Boutique, a socially responsible retail shop. She grew up in Middle Tennessee and graduated from Kennesaw State University before moving to Rome in 1994 to serve as director of human resources at Redmond Regional Medical Center.  She is married to Ed Watters and they have two teenage daughters, Grace and Ivy.

Since moving to Floyd County, Allison has made it her mission to be involved in the community and champion causes about which she is passionate. She is co-chair of Claws for Paws, a fundraising organization for animal welfare projects and co-chair of Faith Coalition for Families, an organization that focuses on supporting families in the foster care community. She has served on a variety of County Committee Boards. A past chair of the Heart of the Community Board of Directors, she was named one of the Heart of the Community Award recipients in 2016.

Allison is an active member of Rome First United Methodist Church, where she has facilitated an ecumenical women’s Bible study for many years. She is also a graduate of Leadership Georgia and a graduate and former coordinator of the Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Rome program, in which she met her husband, Ed.

Commissioner Watters represents the Board of Commissioners on the Floyd County Animal Control and Welfare Board, Keep Rome-Floyd Beautiful Board, Board of Directors for the Greater Rome Convention and Visitors Bureau, Rome-Floyd SPLOST Oversight Committee, Floyd County Library Board, Rome-Floyd Commission on Children and  Youth, Floyd County Work Release Committee, and the Floyd County Public Works Committee.