Douglas Cotter

Doug Cotter
In 1962 Douglas W. Cotter, Jr. was created in Albany, GA to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Cotter. While being raise in Snellville, GA, Doug completed South Gwinnett High School in 1981. He then went on to earn an undergraduate degree from Auburn University later with a BS in Management. In 1995, he completed his graduate degree by earning a MBA at Samford University in Birmingham, AL.

Doug Cotter
From 1987-1990, Doug worked for Motorola selling two way radios and paging equipment like a sales representative in Atlanta, Macon and Savannah to convey and local government. While at Motorola, he later was a zone sales manager.

In 1990-1995, Doug hired on at Bell South Mobility like a district sales manager in Gainesville, GA. He was later promoted with a general sales manager position serving in Columbia, SC plus Birmingham, AL.

In 1995, Doug thought we would embark into a career of home building and land increase in the residential home building industry within the Atlanta area. Doug has served as President for both the DeKalb County Home Builders Association along with the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association. This career choices still one that Doug remains active in today.

While continuing his education and career Doug has served his community both professionally and personally. Professionally, many of these positions included, serving about the Board of the State Home Builders’ Association, as being a Lifetime Director with the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, served for the Board for the JM Tull YMCA, served for the Board of Directors and Vice Chairman for Georgia Central Bank, served around the Executive Board from the Gwinnett County Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Gwinnett, ARC Regional Leadership Atlanta and Treasurer in the G.A.P.B.

Personally, Doug volunteered as Head Coach of his sons’ Little League Baseball teams, Youth Football teams, Little League Basketball and AAU Basketball teams. While his sons’ were in secondary school he was obama of the South Forsyth Senior high school Tip Off Club.

Today, Doug is still active in his community and profession.

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