Join the Chamber for lunch with the Atlanta Regional Commission's Mike Alexander on Wednesday, August 14 at 11:30 a.m. as he discusses the agencies Livable Communities Initiative with an overview of transportation, workforce development and economic development opportunities in Atlanta and the Perimeter Market at Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse.
Mike Alexander is the Director of the Atlanta Regional Commission's Center for Livable Communities which includes the Community Development, Community Partnerships, Natural Resources, Research & Analytics, Transportation Accessibility & Mobility, and Mobility Services Groups of the ARC. Mike has over 20 years of Public policy experience focused on regional and local community planning. As the Director, he leads this multidisciplinary, professional staff in the fields of transportation planning, environmental planning, community development, economics and demographic forecasting.
He is a graduate of the ARC Regional Leadership Institute, Leadership DeKalb, and Leadership Atlanta. Originally from South Carolina, Mike attended Auburn University where he received a dual masters degree in Public Administration and Community Planning. He served as a Marine Infantryman in Desert Storm. Mike, his wife Michelle, and their two daughters, live in Decatur.
During the event, attendees will enjoy a plated lunch provided by Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse.