District 2

Commissioner Angela G. Sapp

angela-sappAngela Grant Sapp is a lifelong resident of the Springside neighborhood of District 2. She returns to the Commission for a third term after a three-year absence. During her earlier one and one-half terms, Angela served as Mayor Pro-Tem for two years and Mayor for one year.
Her leadership exemplifies a staunch belief that an elected official is not entitled to power and/or privileges; rather it is their duty to stand up and fight for the issues that are important to their constituents. Sapp is committed to being an active, accessible and accountable public servant to the citizens of the historic City of Quincy.

Sapp works collaboratively with governmental and private agencies to assist the City of Quincy in finding solutions to issues and challenges impacting its neighborhoods. She was instrumental in securing contracts to provide transportation for the elderly and underserved population around the city.  Sapp is working diligently to eradicate unsafe living conditions, increase police protection, provide resources to our schools, revitalize downtown, and improve infrastructure; while maintaining a fiscally responsible governing body.

Ms. Sapp earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Vocational Home Economics from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and a Master of Education Degree in Education Administration from Grand Canyon University. She has membership with The Florida League of Cities, Gadsden County Democratic Women Club, Florida A. & M. National Alumni Association, Florida Foundation for Future Scientists, and Zeta Phi Sorority, Inc.,

Commissioner Angela Sapp

404 West Jefferson Street

Quincy, Florida 32351

Mobile: 850-321-8797

Email:  asapp@myquincy.net