LEADERSHIP BREAKFASTS: ELECTION EDITION
2017 is an important year for the City of Atlanta. We will elect a new mayor, city council and school board. Every month this year, the Center for Civic Innovation will host candidates for a candid and open conversation, where we learn more about their personal story and vision for the future of this city.
All our leadership breakfast series are $10 for the general public and free for our members. Want to become a member? A donation of $100 or more gets you free or reduced admission to all our events! You must reserve tickets in advance as seating is limited. Content from the leadership breakfasts will be made publicly available on our website approximately a week after the event.
All events are at the Center for Civic Innovation located at 115 MLK Jr Dr SW in Downtown, Atlanta.
A United States Air Force veteran and past mayoral, senatorial and gubernatorial candidate, Al Bartell hopes to bring community voice to city hall.
Learn more: www.bartellformayor.com
Current City Council President Ceasar Mitchell wants to use his city council experience to unlock the potential of Atlanta.
Current State Senator Vincent Fort seeks to bring his state level expertise to city hall.
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Current City Council Member Keisha Lance Bottoms hopes to leverage her past work as a judge and city council person to enhance our communities.
Current City Council member Mary Norwood wants to put transparency and safety at the forefront of city hall.
Learn more: www.marynorwood.com
The recent Executive Director of Atlanta Workforce Development Agency wants to use his experience reforming the agency to improve city hall.
Current City Council member Kwanza Hall wants to leverage his three terms of city council service to make a better Atlanta.
Former City of Atlanta Chief Operating Officer Peter Aman hopes to use his experience with two different administrations to make Atlanta a stronger, better city.
Learn more: peteraman.com
The first woman to hold Atlanta's City Council President seat, Cathy Woolard seeks to improve citizen engagement at city hall.
Current Fulton County Commissioner John Eaves seeks to use his 10 years of county-level experience to focus on accountability and transparency.