Felicia A. Moore

Felicia A. Moore

Felicia A. Moore was elected President of the Atlanta City Council in 2017, and previously served five (5) terms representing the citizens of District 9.

Felicia is an active member of the National League of Cities (NLC) and past board member.  She is a Past President and current board member of the National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials.

Felicia is a member of the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA), and Past President of Central Region/District 3. She is on the Legislative Policy Council, a member of the Revenue and Finance and Municipal Operations Policy Committee, and is President of the Georgia Municipal Black Caucus (GMBC), to which she is a co-founder.

Ms. Moore is credited with the 2011 Pension Reform effort for the City of Atlanta. She also authored legislation to establish the “Mattie’s Call” alert system and brought “Project Lifesaver” to Atlanta, a monitoring bracelet transmitter to quickly find wandering patients.

Ms. Moore is a member of the Board of Governors, and an Ambassador for the Alzheimer’s Association of Georgia.

Felicia’s community service began in 1991 as President of her Riverside neighborhood association, then as Chair of Neighborhood Planning Unit-D becoming a community advocate for economic development issues. She’s received numerous honors and awards and is recognized as one of “Atlanta’s Top 100 Women of Influence.”

Felicia Moore, a licensed Real Estate Broker, is a cum laude graduate of Central State University in Ohio; an Honor Society member, and holds a Master’s Degree from Central Michigan University in Public Administration.

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