• Atlanta Board Of Education:  Delegates and External Board Appointments

    Project GRAD Atlanta Board  –  (Byron Amos /Courtney English)

    (404) 880-3505 or 3500

    (Monthly)                  

    Project GRAD Atlanta's mission is to improve the education of low-income disadvantaged children of inner city schools and those children with similar challenges, with a concentration on high school graduation with a quality education so that students will remain in and graduate from college.

     

    Georgia School Boards Association  –  (Courtney English/Nancy Meister)

    (770) 962-2985

    (Quarterly)

    Georgia School Boards Association's (GSBA) mission is to provide educational leadership, services, and support to local Boards of Education, and to represent their collective resolve in the governance of public education.

     

    Atlanta Partnership for Education   –  (Eshe’ Collins/Leslie Grant )

    (404) 586-8519

    (Quarterly) / Chamber

    Atlanta Partnership for Education (APFE) mission is to enhance and improve the quality of education for students in the APS system by establishing and maintaining high caliber and creative partnerships between individual schools and Atlanta area business, nonprofit, civic, higher education, religious, social and professional communities.

     

    Atlanta Education Telecommunications  –  (Cynthia Briscoe Brown)

    Collaborative (AETC) 

    (404) 686-0361

    (Quarterly) / Morehouse College

    Primary Care Center

    Atlanta Education Telecommunications (AETC) manages the workday operations of WABE FM 90.1 and WPBA TV 30 on behalf of the Atlanta Public Schools

     

    National School Boards Association (NSBA)  –  (Courtney English)

    Federal Relations Network        

    (703) 838-6722

    (Annual Conference)

    National School Boards Association (NSBA) mission is to foster excellence and equity in public elementary and secondary education in the United States through school board leadership.

     

    National School Boards Association (NSBA)  –  (Nancy Meister)

     

    Council of Urban Boards of Education  –  (Byron Amos/Eshe’ Collins)

    (703) 838-6722

    (Annual Conference and Seminars)

    NSBA's Council of Urban Boards of Education (CUBE) is the urban arm of NSBA's National Affiliate program and provides each of its members a unique voice in the national policy arena.

    Council of Great City Schools   –   (Leslie Grant/Courtney English)

    (202) 393-2427

    (Annual Conference)

    The Council of Great City Schools serves as the national voice of urban educators, providing ways to share promising practices and address common concerns.

     

    City of Atlanta Pension Board  –  (Jason Esteves)

    (404) 330-6260

    (Monthly)

    The City of Atlanta Pension Board provides a centralized financial management function directed toward pension, insurance and other employee benefit programs.

     

    Invest Atlanta  –  (Nancy Meister)

    (404) 880-4100

    (Monthly)

    Invest Atlanta is an independent public agency created by the City of Atlanta for promoting the revitalization and growth of the city. ADA accomplishes this purpose through a comprehensive and centralized program of development and redevelopment activities.

     

    Atlanta BeltLine Inc. (ABI)  –  (Cynthia Brown)  

    (404) 880-4100

    (Quarterly)

    86 Pryor Street

    An affiliate of the Atlanta Development Authority, ABI is the entity tasked with planning and executing the implementation of the BeltLine by specifically defining the BeltLine plan; leading efforts to secure federal, state and local funding; continuing the BeltLine community engagement process; and serving as the overall project management office to execute the BeltLine plan. Atlanta BeltLine Inc. is also responsible for tracking and reporting progress on the BeltLine to the Atlanta City Council, Atlanta Public Schools and Fulton County, the three taxing authorities that authorized the BeltLine TAD legislation in 2005.

     

    Beltline Affordable Housing Advisory Board  –  (Leslie Grant)

    (404) 880-4100

    (Monthly)

    86 Pryor Street

     

    The Beltline Affordable Housing Advisory Board (BAHAB) has been created through Atlanta Beltline, Inc. (ABI) to develop recommendations for how to address affordable housing issues specifically within the Beltline TAD.