Flynn Broady’s Life of Leadership and Service
Flynn comes from a Southern family with a tradition of service. In World War II, his grandfather served with the famed Red Ball Express. His father served 20 years in the U.S. Army. Though Flynn had achieved a full engineering scholarship, his desire to serve led him into the Army. His career included three overseas tours. In Operation Iraqi Freedom, he was an Infantry First Sergeant, leading 157 soldiers in combat.
The GI Bill allowed Flynn to complete degrees in Public Management (BA), Public Administration (MPA), and law (JD). In 2008 he became a Cobb County Assistant Solicitor General. That position taught him the complex courtroom, mediation, and judicial skills necessary in our legal system.
In 2014, Flynn became the Veterans Treatment Court Coordinator for Cobb County. There he helped arrange treatment for drug abuse, PTSD, and anger issues that had resulted in legal problems for veterans. In 2017 he became Prosecuting Attorney for the Cobb County DUI Court, which offers a treatment alternative to offenders who are willing to be accountable for their actions. These programs save taxpayer money and produce better outcomes for offenders. Accountability and the unique needs of veterans remain his special focus.
Flynn and his wife Monique live near Marietta Square, where they enjoy dining, performing arts, weekend festivals, and visiting with 11th District residents. Flynn’s daughter Victoria resides in Savannah.