Sellers told Channel 2 Action News that despite their accomplishment, all of the women in their South Fulton offices remain focused on their work, not making history.
“I don’t think anyone is going around thinking we’re going to make history and break barriers. We’re just doing our jobs,” Sellers said. “We are all here and invested in the community, and I think that’s what makes it special.”
Sellers said she often works 14 hours a day, doing her part to keep this city safe.
The newly incorporated city's police force and Municipal Court just began operating in March.