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Mayor

Sloan Spalding

mayor@newalbanyohio.org; voicemail: 614-939-4019
Term ends 12/31/23

Sloan and his wife Jennifer have been New Albany residents since 2002 and are the proud parents of three boys. The Spalding family is active in New Albany youth sporting leagues, charity walks and runs, community events, the New Albany Symphony and Pelotonia. He was first elected mayor in 2015 after having been elected twice to City Council.

Prior to being elected to City Council, Sloan served New Albany on the Personnel Appeals Board, Planning Commission, and was the Chair of the 2009 Charter Review Commission.

Sloan received a degree in political science, with a minor in military science, from the University of Utah. During his college years, Sloan also served as a member of the Utah Army National Guard and upon graduation was commissioned as an officer in the United States Army.  Sloan moved back to Ohio in 1994 and earned a Juris Doctor degree from Capital University Law School.

Sloan currently serves as chief of staff for Ohio State Auditor Keith Faber. Prior professional appointments have included being selected as section chief for employment law for then Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, general counsel and deputy chancellor for the Ohio Board of Regents, chief legal counsel to the Ohio Department of Mental Health and labor relations director for The Ohio State University.

Sloan is committed to maximizing New Albany’s economic development opportunities, maintaining our proud history of strong fiscal management, and providing our citizens with top-notch municipal services without having to increase income taxes.

City Council

Marlene Brisk, President Pro Tempore

mbrisk@newalbanyohio.org; voicemail: 614-939-4021
Term ends 12/31/23

Marlene and her husband Jim have been residents of New Albany since 2004. They have three daughters, all who graduated from New Albany High School.

Marlene received a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Finance from The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business and earned a Juris Doctor degree from Emory University School of Law in Atlanta, Georgia. She has been employed in the field of commercial real estate management since 2001 and is currently employed as a Senior Vice-President of Lease Administration with Schottenstein Property Group.

Marlene served on the New Albany Board of Zoning Appeals from 2010 through 2014 and on the Steering Committee to the Western Licking County Accord from 2015 through 2017.  In 2014, she was the first woman appointed to the New Albany Planning Commission where she served until becoming a member of City Council in 2016. She is a graduate of the New Albany Citizen Police Academy and of the first class of “Leadership New Albany”, coordinated by the New Albany Chamber of Commerce.

As a member of City Council, Marlene has served as Liaison to the Board of Zoning Appeals and to the New Albany Plain Local School District.  She is currently the Council Liaison to the Inclusion, Diversity & Equity Action (IDEA) Committee, and is a member of the Grant and Non-Profit Funding Committee.  She also serves on the Healthy New Albany Steering Committee and the New Albany Bridges Steering Committee, and she reads the Dispatch monthly for Voicecorps, a central Ohio radio service that serves those that are blind or have low vision.

Marlene loves being involved in all that New Albany has to offer and she is deeply committed to helping New Albany continue to thrive.  She regularly meets with leaders of local businesses, community organizations and with city residents to make sure that she understands the needs of her community and she is focused on finding the most economically responsible ways to support those needs.


Mike Durik

mdurik@newalbanyohio.org; voicemail: 614-939-4022
Term ends 12/31/23

Mike has enjoyed living in New Albany since 1993 and is the parent of two adult children.

A graduate of the University of Toledo, Mike received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in human resources and a Master of Business Administration in finance. Following a successful career as a corporate executive with a global organization, he is currently employed at The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business.

Mike was appointed to City Council in 2017 and elected by New Albany residents later that year. He is currently Council Liaison to the Architectural Review Board and Plain Township. Prior to his City Council term, Mike served on several city boards and commissions, including the Economic Development Commission, Zoning Appeals Board, Planning Commission, and the steering committee for the Western Licking County Accord. In addition, Mike has served on the boards of the New Albany Chamber of Commerce and Healthy New Albany.

Mike believes it is important that we continue our commercial development in order to ease the economic burden on our residents and enable us to provide exceptional programs and services. His desire to serve on City Council stems from an appreciation of the community spirit of New Albany where residents are actively involved in contributing thoughtful ideas and time to make this the best place to live.


Chip Fellows

cfellows@newalbanyohio.org; voicemail: 614-939-4023
Term ends 12/31/25

Chip and his wife Teresa are proud New Albany residents. He has lived in New Albany since 2001 and he has two daughters. Chip has been a City Council member since 2006. During his tenure, he has served as Council Liaison to the New Albany Plain Local School District, Board of Zoning Appeals, Charter Review Commission, and the Parks and Trails Advisory Board. He has also served as chair of the Administration standing committee, which includes overseeing boards and commissions, and he is a member of the Grants and Non-Profit Funding City Council subcommittee. Prior to his service on City Council, he was a member of the New Albany Community Events Board and Architectural Review Board.

Chip enjoys staying active in the community. He served as chair of his HOA and participated in coaching youth sports. He is currently employed as a corporate account executive in the healthcare field. He’s a lifelong Ohio resident and a proud graduate of The Ohio State University. As a City Council member, Chip’s primary focus is to continue the City’s disciplined and well-planned approach to economic development at the New Albany International Business Park and to bring in new businesses and amenities to the Village Center. Chip is steadfast on maintaining fiscal responsibility, providing quality and responsive public service, maintaining safe neighborhoods with available parks, and providing open and responsive communications with city residents.


Kasey Kist

kkist@newalbanyohio.org; voicemail: 614-939-4025
Term ends 12/31/25

Kasey and his wife Rebecca have lived in New Albany since 2004 and they have two sons who attend the New Albany-Plain Local Schools. Kasey graduated from the University of Cincinnati with bachelor degrees in history and education. Kasey is the founder and president of Keystone Building Contractors LLC, a general contracting company that focuses on commercial construction. He and his wife Rebecca also own and operate Freshii, a restaurant in New Albany’s Village Center.

Kasey was appointed to City Council in 2018 and currently serves as Council Liaison to Public Utilities and the New Albany-Plain Local Schools. Prior to being appointed to City Council, Kasey served on the Rocky Fork Blacklick Accord, Parks and Trails Steering Committee, Board of Zoning Appeals and Planning Commission. He is a co-founder of the Thanks For Giving 4 Miler, an annual Thanksgiving day event based in New Albany that raises funds for the Mid-Ohio Foodbank, LifeCare Alliance, and the New Albany Community Foundation. Kasey is also active with Meals on Wheels and Habitat for Humanity and coaches cross country at Columbus Academy.

Kasey is proud to call New Albany home and he cannot think of a better place to raise his family and operate a business. He is focused on continuing to grow the New Albany International Business park while simultaneously encouraging residential development that does not negatively impact the New Albany-Plain Local Schools. Kasey enjoys engaging the people of New Albany and listening to what they want from their leadership.


Matt Shull

mshull@newalbanyohio.org; voicemail: 614-939-4024
Term ends 12/31/25

Matt and his wife Vickey have been New Albany residents since 2000, and their son and two daughters all graduated from New Albany High School. Matt received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Bowling Green State University. He recently retired from Pfizer Inc.

Matt was appointed to City Council in 2016 to replace Sloan Spalding, who vacated the Council position when he became mayor. Matt was re-elected by New Albany residents in 2017, and again in 2021. As a member of City Council, Matt has served as the Council Liaison to the Architectural Review Board and Charter Review Commission. He currently serves as the Council Liaison to Planning Commission, Council Representative to the Joint Parks and Recreation, Council Member to the Community Improvement Corporation, Service and Public Facilities Committee, and he chairs the Grants and Non-Profit Funding City Council Subcommittee. Prior to serving on City Council, Matt served on the Board of Zoning and Appeals from 2004-2016 and as its chair for two years.

The City of New Albany has continued to experience tremendous growth and opportunity during Matt’s tenure. He is committed to continuing that positive momentum by focusing on three key areas: economic development (growing our business campus), maintaining strong fiscal management, and providing top quality services to the community. Matt is a leader who enjoys meeting with the residents of New Albany, America’s best suburb (and best residents)!


Andrea Wiltrout

awiltrout@newalbanyohio.org; voicemail: 614-939-4020
Term ends 12/31/25

In 2015, Andrea and her husband Chad chose New Albany as the place to raise their family.  They have three young children, two of whom attend the New Albany-Plain Local  Primary School.

Andrea grew up in the “State up North” and graduated from Western Michigan University with a degree in Political Science and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Michigan.  She began her career in private practice and worked for a decade at the nation’s most prestigious law firms, including Jones Day in Chicago and Dorsey & Whitney in Minneapolis.

When Andrea moved to New Albany, she took a break from practicing law and devoted herself to her growing family and to community service.  She was appointed to the New Albany Board of Zoning Appeals and was later appointed to the New Albany Planning Commission.  She currently serves on the boards of the New Albany Women’s Network and the New Albany-Plain Local Schools District Parent Teacher Organization for the Primary School.  In 2019, Andrea returned to practicing law and now serves as Counsel at Baker Hostetler, specializing in litigation.

Andrea was elected to City Council in 2021 and is incredibly excited about the opportunity to serve the residents of New Albany.  Andrea is committed to ensuring that New Albany remains the best place to raise a family.  She is focused on developing amenities and programs that will connect the community.  Andrea believes in the power of public advocacy and will work hard to ensure that the voices of all residents of New Albany are heard and celebrated.

City Council generally meets at Village Hall the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m.