Joyette Holmes was a Chief Magistrate Court Judge in Cobb County from 2015 – 2019 until being appointed Cobb County’s District Attorney in 2019. Prior to becoming both the first woman and first African American to hold the Chief Magistrate Court Judge position, she served as a prosecutor for Cobb County. Joyette was named one of the “20 Rising Stars Under 40,” by Cobb Life Magazine and has won the Woman of Achievement award from the Cobb County NAACP.
Joyette currently serves on the board for Cobb Community Foundation and Boys and Girls Club and is an active member of the Leadership Cobb Alumni Association.
Joyette and her husband, Bridges, live in west Cobb with their two daughters.