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Felicia Moore has been a public servant for nearly 30 years, beginning as President of her Neighborhood Association and Chair of her Neighborhood Planning Unit (NPU-D). In these roles, she was recognized as a strong advocate for economic community development and community engagement.
She decided that government needed to change the way it did business and she wanted to do something about it. In 1997, with broad support from her community, she decided to put her real estate career on hold to seek election as the City Councilmember for District 9. She served District 9 for 20 years before becoming Council President in January 2018.

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As a successful CEO and humanitarian, Antonio Brown adds a unique perspective, strong faith, and inspirational work ethic to his community. Growing up in poverty with his parents frequently incarcerated, Antonio discovered he had the resilience and drive to overcome adversity & achieve success. From the ground up, he built LVL XIII (Level 13), a luxury men’s fashion brand currently sold in Nordstrom nationwide.  After successfully launching his business, Antonio immediately began to pour back into the community through Dream of Humanity (DOH), a nonprofit committed to improving the life trajectory of marginalized people from disadvantaged backgrounds. Dream of Humanity provides the community with access to a self sufficient lifestyle through wraparound services, transformative educational programs, and generous charitable contributions.

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Sharon Gay is a Senior Counsel in the Public Policy practice at Dentons where she served as Atlanta Managing Partner from 2018 to first-quarter 2021. She concentrates her practice in state and local government law, particularly in the areas of land use and zoning, tax allocation district financing, economic development incentives, transportation, and public-private partnerships.

Sharon previously served as the Vice President of Governmental Affairs for the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and as Deputy Chief of Staff and Executive Counsel to the Mayor of Atlanta. In addition, she clerked for Judge Horace Ward, U.S District Court, Northern District of Georgia and for Chief Judge Jack Sognier, Court of Appeals of Georgia.

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Andre Dickens is a City of Atlanta council member, businessman, nonprofit executive, engineer, speaker, deacon, father, and native Atlantan. His career follows his passions and his impact follows his commitment.

As the Post 3 At-Large Council member he is a vocal and legislative leader on educational opportunities for Atlanta Public Schools students, affordable housing, transportation, workforce development, and seasoned citizens programming. He currently serves as the chairman of the Transportation Committee, providing oversight to city streets, bridges, sidewalks, paths, and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world’s busiest airport.

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