Shuntay Renee Pitre was appointed to serve on the Atlanta Citizen Review Board as the representative for the Urban League of Greater Atlanta (ULGA). Ms. Pitre was sworn in by the Municipal Clerk on November 14, 2016 to serve a three year term.
Born in Texas, and reared in Louisiana, Ms. Pitre worked as a Felony/Misdemeanor Adult Probation Officer for the State of Texas. She went on to further her training and become a Post Certified Deputy Sheriff for the State of Louisiana providing services and protection to citizens, preventing crime, supervising inmates in custody, and enforcing state and local laws.
She graduated with honors and attained both a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Grambling State University.
Ms. Pitre relocated to Atlanta in 2010 and thereafter worked in the Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Constituent Services as a Constituent/Human Services Specialist providing advocacy and assistance to the citizens of Atlanta.
Ms. Pitre’s current position in the ULGA’s Youth Services Division assists young and older adults who are re-entering society with obtaining gainful employment, vocational skills, overcoming educational barriers, counseling and business development.
She is an active member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., Alpha Phi Sigma Honor Society, Shreveport Community Development Board, and the International Security Officer Full Gospel Ministries.