A fourth generation West Pointer, devoted Dawg, graduate of the Medical College of Georgia, family dentist, and Mayor of his hometown, Drew Ferguson is a Georgian through and through.
Drew was accepted by MCG even before graduating from UGA where he earned a degree in dental medicine in 1992. He then founded a successful family dental practice. He has been an Adjunct and faculty member of the MCG School of Dentistry since 1998.
In 1997, Drew served on the West Point Board of Alderman and on a number of community boards including the West Point 2100 Foundation Board.
In 2008, Ferguson was elected Mayor of West Point where he worked to remove government red tape and barriers to business and economic development which helped employment and the local economy boom as the KIA plant, suppliers and related businesses created 15,000 of new jobs and the economy boomed.
Drew’s philosophy is that reducing taxes, regulations and the size and scope of government results in increased personal liberty and gives people the ability to pursue their individual dreams.
Drew and his wife, Elizabeth, have four children: Drew, Lucy, Mary Parks and Thad
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Congressman David Scott spearheads a wide range of local initiatives that benefit his constituents. He sponsors annual jobs fairs that have secured over 7,000 jobs for his constituents. Congressman Scott also hosts an annual health fair, bringing free healthcare exams to help reduce breast cancer, prostate cancer, diabetes, AIDS, and other healthcare issues. He has hosted major home foreclosure prevention and mortgage assistance events, helping over 4,000 constituents find help keeping their homes. Congressman Scott has secured over $367 million in federal funds for transportation projects in his district.
Congressman David Scott has chaired the Georgia State Society and the Georgia 2013 Inaugural Ball. He sits on the board of the Dean Rusk Center for International Law and Policy at UGA. He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha (Beta Nu), a Mason and a Member of the 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc. He received a “Trumpet Award” in 2008, the Urban League’s “Congressional Leadership Award” in 2010, has been recognized by Georgia Trend Magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential Georgians” and named on James Magazine's list of "Most Influential" Georgians.