Keisha Lance Bottoms is the 60th Mayor of the City of Atlanta. A daughter of Atlanta, Mayor Bottoms strives to continue the City’s progress as a global business hub, while also building a city that stands as a national model for equity and inclusion.
Mayor Bottoms is a product of Atlanta Public Schools; she graduated from Frederick Douglass High School and went on to receive her undergraduate degree from Florida A&M University. She earned her Juris Doctorate from Georgia State University College of Law. She has spent her entire career in public service and is the only Mayor in Atlanta history to have been elected to all three branches of government, serving as a judge and City Councilmember before being sworn in as Mayor.
In her talk to the Rotary Club of Atlanta today, Mayor Bottoms took club members through her six-point plan for Atlanta, focusing on affordability, public health and safety, transportation, education, criminal justice reform, and economic and workforce development.
Listen to her talk and Q&A with club members in our “Leadership in Action” podcast series.