Coffee Club Meeting with Terri M. Lee on Atlanta Housing's Strategic Plan in an Unaffordable Housing Market


Event details:

8:00am EDT on Thursday, May 16, 2024
9:30am EDT on Thursday, May 16, 2024
Cobb Chamber of Commerce
1100 Circle 75 Parkway, 10th Floor
Atlanta , GA 30339 ,

Parking is FREE...up to 3 hours!  

When you pull into 1100 Circle 75 Parkway, Atlanta, click the button to receive a parking ticket and park anywhere on the top deck that says 'Visitor Parking'. Hang onto your ticket, as the Chamber will validate after 3 hours.Go up to the 10th Floor.


Registration is $20 per person.  Please pay cash at the door.

Coffee & Pastries will be served.

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8:00am on Thursday, May 16, 2024
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Coffee Club Meeting with Terri M. Lee on Atlanta Housing's Strategic Plan in an Unaffordable Housing Market

Terri M. Lee, President and CEO, Atlanta Housing

With more than 20 years of experience and service helping to house residents of all backgrounds and income levels across the southeast, Terri is one of the nation’s most trusted and sought-after experts in public policy and housing affordability. Prior to taking the helm of Georgia’s largest public housing authority, Terri served as Chief Operating Officer for Atlanta Housing, following her distinguished appointment as the City of Atlanta’s first Chief Housing Officer, where she was responsible for spearheading the One Atlanta Housing Affordability Action Plan, which was to mobilize $1 billion from private and public sources to create and preserve affordable housing throughout the city.

An impactful community development professional, Terri is an operations strategist with a proven record of employing creative solutions to improve outcomes within the public and nonprofit business sectors. She is a sought-after organizational improvement expert, with successful projects including restructuring and realigning housing and development agencies;implementing strategies to encourage neighborhood stabilization efforts; and formulating policies to create community development investment opportunities that stimulate neighborhood transformation and growth.

A proud HBCU graduate, Terri holds a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration from Grambling State University and a Master of Public Policy and Administration degree from Jackson State University. Terri is a lifelong member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., a public service organization.