Louisville Metro Council president David Tandy is fueled by the desire to serve his community and to leave it a better place for his children.
Tandy is a respected attorney with a packed resume. His accomplishments include the first president of the Louisville Urban League Young Professionals Organization, working in the Washington D.C. office of former U.S. Senator Wendall H. Ford, former treasurer for the Kentucky Democratic Party, and government relations director for the American Cancer Society.
In his efforts to help Louisville with its economic development, Tandy served on many Metro Council committees, including the Democratic caucus and chairing theMetroo development committee.
As a proud recipient of a football scholarship, Tandy graduated from Vanderbilt University and continued his education at the University of Kent, College of Law.