Jamaican born Donna McLeod won her seat in the 105th district representing parts of Gwinnett county in the house of representatives. McLeod, a mother, grandmother and resident of District 105 for the past 18 years, is among the most active members of the Gwinnett County Democratic Party, which she now serves as vice chair of Community Outreach and Advocacy. Since 2008, she has been a grassroots organizer, registering new voters and educating Gwinnett County residents on local, county, state, and federal government processes. She is a small business owner and holds a degree in chemical engineering. As the cofounder of a non profit organization, she encourages civic responsibility and engagement and provides life coaching skills.