Allison Tyler serves as the Senior Vice President of Operations for the Mid-South Division of the American Cancer Society. In this position, she supervises vice presidents in fostering an integrated team approach to reach Mid-South Division strategic mission and income objectives and outcomes. Provide division-wide executive and operational leadership, including recommending staffing capacity, planning emergency closures and office restructures, renewing lease agreements, and relocating existing offices.
She is very active in both her community and church. She serves as a 4-year-old Sunday school teacher and leads the Furnishing Committee for her church. Allison serves on the board of Kosciusko Foundation for Education Excellence (KFEE), is a member of the Kosciusko Public School PTA, and a Relay for Life team captain. She is also a former member of Redbud Springs Garden Club and the Junior Auxiliary of Kosciusko. Allison is a 1998 graduate of Mississippi State University, with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication.
Allison resides in Kosciusko. She and her husband Bradley stay busy and enjoy spending time with their children, 9-year-old daughter Kayden and 7-year-old son Hayes.
Katie Wallace is an attorney practicing with Telapex, Inc/C Spire. She received her undergraduate degree in journalism and Juris Doctor from the University of Mississippi.
Prior to moving to Kosciusko, Katie was on the Board of Directors of Goodwill Industries of Mississippi, Inc., and was a member of the Junior League of Jackson, Mississippi, where she co-chaired the Junior League of Jackson/Blair E. Batson Preemie Reunion. Here in Kosciusko, she is a board member of the Kosciusko Foundation for Excellence in Education (KFEE) and is a choir member at First Baptist Church of Kosciusko. Katie is married to Dr. Gray Wallace, and they have a five year old daughter, Liza, who is a kindergartner at Kosciusko Lower Elementary.
Mayor, City of Kosciusko
Jimmy Cockroft has served as mayor of the City of Kosciusko since 1997 after having previously been elected as an alderman in 1993. Mayor Cockroft served as president of the Mississippi Municipal League for its 2015-16 term. A member of First Baptist Church in Kosciusko, Mayor Cockroft serves as both a deacon and a member of the television ministry. He is a former member of the Oprah Winfrey Boys and Girls Club Board of Directors, past Chairman of the Kosciusko Athletic Booster Club, and past president of the Kosciusko Lions Club, where he currently serves as treasurer.
Board of Supervisors
Tim Pinkard serves as the elected supervisor for District 5 of Attala County. A resident of Ethel, Mississippi, Tim oversaw the Board of Supervisors as president in 2016.
Owner, Kosciusko Auto Parts
Landcrafters, Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center
Kenneth Georgia is a native of Kilmnichael, Mississippi in neighboring Montgomery County.
Currently an instructor of agriculture at the Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center, Kenneth has taught full-time for eleven years. While residing in Kosciusko, Kenneth has collaborated with government and local offices to both give students a well-rounded perspective of agriculture and to also improve the community. Kenneth volunteers as the manager for the Attala County Farmers Market. In addition to KAP, he sits on various boards and committees, including: MSU Extension Advisory Board; Attala County 4-H Board; North Central Planning & Development District Advisory Council; MS Association of Vocational Agricultural Teachers Advisory Board; and Agricultural Education Leadership and Communication Advisory Committee for MSU.
An alumnus of Montgomery County High School, Kenneth holds a both a B.S. in Agriculture Information Science and an M.S. in Extension Education from Mississippi State University. He also utilizes his agricultural expertise as a small business owner, managing Land Crafters Landscaping.
Kosciusko Veterinary Hospital
Dr. Stephen Rea has owned and operated Kosciusko Veterinary Hospital for the past ten years. He is a past president of the Kosciusko Lions Club and an active member at First Baptist Church in Kosciusko. Dr. Rea earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Mississippi and is a graduate of the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine.