Felicia A. Moore was elected to the Atlanta City Council in 1997
Felicia is an active member of the National League of Cities (NLC). She is a Past President and current board member of the National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials (NBC-LEO), a constituency group of NLC, and a past chair of the NBC-LEO Foundation. As a participant of the NLC Leadership Training Institute, she has recently earned the Diamond Ambassador Certificate Award.
On the state level, she is an active member of the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA). She has served as a member of the Board of Directors, Past President of Central Region/District 3, and the Legislative Policy Council. She is a member of the Revenue and Finance and Municipal Operations Policy Committee. In addition, she is President of the Georgia Municipal Black Caucus (GMBC), to which she is a co-founder.
One of her legislative highlights is the instrumental role she played in the July 2011 Pension Reform for the City of Atlanta. Moore is credited by many for bringing the labor unions, pension boards and employee groups together to agree on their increased contribution level to save their Defined Benefits and avoid costly legal action against the City.
Another highlight was inspired by the case of Mrs. Mattie Moore (no relation), an Alzheimer patient who wandered away from her District 9 home in April 2004. Her remains were discovered six months later within 500 feet of her home. In response, Felicia authored legislation to establish the "Mattie’s Call" alert system that became an Atlanta Police Department Standard Operating Procedure for swift, efficient public alerts to assist in finding missing mentally impaired persons. In 2006, the law was adopted statewide. Additionally, she brought "Project Lifesaver" to Atlanta, which provides a monitoring bracelet that can be tracked by police with a transmitter to quickly find wandering patients.
Moore is currently a member of the Board of Governors, and an Alzheimer’s Ambassador for the
Alzheimer’s Association of Georgia. Felicia started her community service in 1991 when she purchased a home in the Riverside neighborhood. She served as President of the neighborhood association for several years, spearheading youth programs, crime-watch and beautification efforts. In 1995, she was elected Chair of Neighborhood Planning Unit-D becoming a community advocate for environmental, housing and economic development issues.
She is a cum laude graduate of Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio with a B.A. in communications. Felicia is a Honor Society member and she holds a Master of Science in Administration degree from Central Michigan University with a concentration in Public Administration. She is also completing her Masters of Administration (MSA) at Central Michigan University with a concentration in Public Administration. Additionally, she is a licensed Real Estate Broker.
Moore has received numerous honors and awards including being awarded the 2012, 2013, and 2014 Common Cause Democracy Award, being listed in "Who’s Who in Black Atlanta," and "The Women Looking Ahead 100 List." She has also been recognized by the Atlanta Business League as one of "Atlanta’s Top 100 Women of Influence."
Felicia A. Moore
Councilmember, District 9
Atlanta City Council
SUMMARY OF AFFILIATIONS
National League of Cities (NLC)
2012 - 2014 NLC Board Member
2015 - Present NLC Advisory Council
2008 2008 NBC-LEO Summer Conference Chair
2008 Program Committee Chair
2008 Immediate Past Chair, NBC-LEO Foundation
2007 Chair, NBC-LEO Foundation
2007 NLC FAIR Steering Committee Chair
2007 Immediate Past President, NBC-LEO
2007 - 2009 APAMO Member
2006 President, NBC-LEO
2006 - 2007 NLC Nominating Committee Member
2006 Leadership Training Institute Platinum Ambassador Awardee
2005 President Elect, NBC-LEO
2005 Leadership Training Institute Gold Ambassador Awardee
2005 - 2009 CityFutures Panel on Public Finance
2004 First Vice-President, NBC-LEO
2004 - 2009 Member of Hispanic Elected Local Officials (HELO)
2004 - 2009 Member, Central Cities Committee
2004 Leadership Training Institute Silver Executive Awardee
2003 - 2004 Municipalities in Transition Panel on Public Finance
2003 - 2009 NLC Congress of Cities Program Committee
2003 - 2012 NLC FAIR Steering Committee (2005, 2006 Vice-Chair)
2003 - Present NBC-LEO Board of Directors
2003 Treasurer, NBC-LEO
2003 Leadership Training Institute Bronze Fellowship Awardee
2002 - Present Member, Women In Municipal Government
2001 NLC/NBC-LEO Congress of Cities Conference Host
2000 - 2012 FAIR Policy Committee
1998 - Present NLC Delegate
1998 - Present Member of National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials (NBC-LEO)
Georgia Municipal Association (GMA)
2005 Congressional Action Team
2004 - 2006 President, District 3/Central Region
2004 - 2006 Board of Directors
2003 - 2006 Legislative Policy Council
2002 - Present Revenue and Finance Policy Committee
2002 - Present Municipal Operations Committee
2000 - 2003 Community Development and Transportation Policy Committee
Other Georgia Affiliations
2010 - Present Alzheimer’s Ambassador
2010 - Present Board of Governor’s, Georgia Alzheimer’s Association
2010 - Present President, Georgia Municipal Black Caucus (GMBC)
2006 - Present Founder/Member, Georgia Municipal Black Caucus (GMBC)
2006 - 2008 Georgia Alzheimer’s Association Board Member/Policy Committee Chair
2004 - 2010 Member, Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials (GALEO)
1999 - 2013 Member, Georgia Association of Black Elected Officials (GABEO)
2006 - 2011 Present Chair, Committee on Council
2005, 2012, 2014, Present Member, Committee on Council
2002-2003, 2012-2013, Chair, Finance/Executive Committee
1998 - Present Member, Finance/Executive Committee
2004, 2014, 2015 Chair, Transportation Committee
1998 - 2001, 2002-2003, 2005- Present Member, Transportation Committee
1998 - 2001 Chair, Community Development/Human Resources
2002 Member, Community Development/Human Resources
2003 Member, Zoning Committee
2004 Member, City Utilities Committee
2012, 2013, 2014 Common Cause Georgia
2014 Women of Distinction
Cities across the country—large and small—are posting all of their expenditures on the Internet, where they are accessible to the public for review.
Several members of the Atlanta City Council have proposed legislation to implement a similar system in Atlanta.