Fitz Johnson is a businessman, a 21-year veteran of the U.S. Army, and a long-time Georgia resident. He has vast experience in building and leading companies as well as non-profits, driving growth and producing positive results. An active member in his community, Johnson has served on several boards, including Kennesaw State University Foundation Board of Trustees, the Cumberland Counseling Center, the Wellstar Health System Board of Trustees, as a Commissioner on the State Charter Schools Commission, and an active member of his local Chamber of Commerce. A passionate sports fan, and former owner of the Atlanta Beat (WPS), Johnson has served for over a decade as a community football, soccer, and wrestling coach helping to mentor, develop, and teach today’s youth through sports. Johnson is a graduate of The Citadel and holds a master’s in education from Troy University and a J.D. from the University of Kentucky College of Law. He is a member of Cumberland Community Church. He and his wife, Suzann Wilcox, have four wonderful children and five beautiful grandchildren.
Public service is the passion that drives me. When Governor Kemp called me about an opening on the Public Service Commission, I was thrilled with the opportunity to serve my state in a critical way. As your Public Service Commissioner, I aim to do right by you, my neighbors, I want Georgia taxpayers to get the best deal on the utilities that help their homes and businesses run.
I want Georgia to continue to be a place where families and businesses can thrive, and I believe as your Public Service Commissioner that I play a part in making that happen.
I will be your voice on the Public Service Commission, and I will make sure that Georgians are taken care of first.
I look forward to earning your support in the coming months!