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ISB Gala: Mayor Shirley Franklin Keynotes ISB Gala "Diversity and Inclusion - What Makes Atlanta A Leading City."

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Mayor Shirley Franklin Keynotes ISB Gala "Diversity and Inclusion - What Makes Atlanta A Leading City."
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Join us to hear Mayor Shirley Franklin's keynote address at the ISB Gala on November 14th "Diversity and Inclusion - What Makes Atlanta A Leading City." For more information about the gala and to purchase tickets, please click here.
Shirley Franklin was elected the first African American woman mayor of a major southern city in 2002 and served two-terms until 2009. During her years as mayor, the city experienced unprecedented growth and afforded Franklin the opportunity to partner and collaborate with many local and regional leaders in addressing urban policy challenges, which included urban planning, economic development and infrastructure. 
Mayor Franklin currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer of Purpose Built Communities, a national holistic community revitalization organization and President of Clarke-Franklin and Associates, Inc. She co-chairs the United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta's Regional Commission on Homelessness, serves as the Chair of the National Center of Civil and Human Rights and serves on the board of the United Nations Institute For Training and Research (UNITAR). Additionally, Franklin serves on the Board of Directors of Mueller Water Products, Delta Air Lines, The Volcker Alliance, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Neighborhood Community Stabilization Fund.
 

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Rose Scott is an award-winning journalist and co-host of A Closer Look. Most recently Rose was the producer of afternoon news programming ("All Things Considered") on WABE 90.1 FM, the Atlanta National Public Radio affiliate. Scott primarily covered education, minority health, Atlanta historically Black colleges and universities, gender issues and sports.
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