Kentorri Cortez Garmon is Director of Performance and Innovation Delivery for the Department of Public Works in the City of Atlanta. He manages the department’s Data Analytics, Quality Control, and Command Center Teams respectively while leading collaborative efforts with IT partners to drive efficiencies and technology advancement for improved services to the City of Atlanta customers.
Mr. Garmon is a 20-year professional having spent 17 years in the private sector before joining the City of Atlanta in 2020. Mr. Garmon held various roles in engineering, logistics, and project management during his 9 year tenure at AT&T, and operated in IT Solutioning and Business Analytics during his 8 year tenure at Koch Industries. Mr. Garmon also successfully taught business and managerial development courses at several institutions of higher learning as an adjunct instructor for over 10 years.
Mr. Garmon received his Bachelor’s degree in Applied Economic from Mississippi State University and his Master of Science degree in Geography from Mississippi State University. Mr. Garmon also holds an M.B.A from Delta State University. Mr. Garmon’s personal interests include reading, exercising, and traveling with his loving wife April.