Bill Gannon – Moved with his family to Sandy Springs in 1961 and has lived in the High Point area for 16 years. Bill worked as a volunteer to create the city of Sandy Springs, and he remains active in city politics. He also serves on the Sports Network Board of Children’s Healthcare. Bill is a financial consultant to Atlanta area construction companies. His son attended High Point Elementary, Ridgeview Middle and Riverwood international Charter schools. His wife Janet is an artist.
Duffy Hickey – Duffy moved to the High Point area in 1994 with his wife Robin and (now grown) son and daughter. Both children have had hugely successful experiences at High Point Elementary, Ridegeview Middle and Riverwood International Charter schools. Duffy is a long time attendee and supporter of the High Point Episcopal Church, a neighborhood networker and 21 year host of a spring “Dead End Party” cookout and covered dish neighbor’s gathering. He has been on the HPCA Board since 2013.
Immediate Past President
David Perez - Moved to the High Point area in 2009. He enjoys the ITP living with his wife, son and twin daughters. He looks to provide leadership that will continue the mission of the HPCA to enhance value in the community.
Sally Hogsette Patton – Sally is from Atlanta, and she and her husband Neal moved to Sandy Springs in 2015. For most of her 30-year legal career, she practiced law with Delta Air Lines, specializing in international law. After retiring from Delta in 2009, she served as Executive Director of the Atlanta Bar Foundation, retiring (again!) in 2014. She now serves as an active community volunteer, enjoys working on behalf of the High Point residents, and loves living in Sandy Springs.
Liz Corbett - Liz moved to the High Point area in 1988. She and her husband Peter raised three sons in the neighborhood and, because of the wonderful people and environment they found here, are now living in their third High Point house. Liz is a former software developer and, as a runner and tennis player, values the natural beauty and recreational opportunities available in and around High Point. She joined the board in the winter of 2017 believing that strong, active communities can alleviate many of the problems we face in these times.
Brittany Charron - Brittany and her husband, John, have lived in the neighborhood since 2000. Both of their daughters loved High Point Elementary (as did their parents). Brittany is enjoying the next stage of her daughters' educational careers by volunteering at Ridgeview Charter Middle School and Riverwood High School. Since she is a former middle school teacher with Fulton County Schools, Brittany enjoys discussing all things education and appreciates the opportunity to be involved with our neighborhood schools and civic organization. Brittany brings a high level of enthusiasm for our public schools and a great positive attitude to our board and, therefore, to our neighborhood.
Jennifer Barnes – Jennifer moved to the High Point area in 1999. She is a 25 year real estate veteran with Keller Williams Realty Peachtree Road. She is interested in protecting and advancing real estate values in the area, as well as encouraging a fun, inviting and engaging community in which to live, work and play.
Norris Broyles - Norris and his wife Kathy have been High Point residents since 1988. Their children attended High Point Elementary, Ridgeview, Riverwood and North Springs schools. They are members of the Highpoint Episcopal Church and Norris is on the boards of the Blue Heron Nature Preserve and The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. Norris is an architect and Kathy an artist.