Meet Natalie Hall
Since her election in 2017, she has been a voice on the Board that champions equality, justice, and advocating for the needs of some of our most vulnerable populations. She maintains a strong conviction that the government should work for the people. Hall has been instrumental in the development of many vital initiatives such as Project Level Up (Fulton County DA’s Youth Recidivism Program), CEO’s of Tomorrow and Empowering Young Men to Excel (two annual youth conferences reaching over 500 students), the Annual Joan P. Garner Walk and Health Fair, Senior Beltline Tours, and much more.
Commissioner Natalie Hall was elected as the Fulton County District 4 Commissioner in 2017 after the passing of Commissioner Joan P. Garner, who she served as Chief of Staff for six years prior to being elected. Commissioner Hall is a Chief Administrative Executive with over twenty-five (25) years of management experience in the areas of program direction, performance management, budget planning and administration, inventory management, information technology, strategic and operational business planning, and human resource management.
Over the past 17 years, Natalie volunteered at various organizations and events, such as Hosea Feed the Hungry, Atlanta Union Mission, and Old 4th Ward Neighborhood clean ups. A few of the boards she has served on are the Executive Board of the Historic 4th Ward Park Conservancy Board, Executive Board of the Chastain Park Conservancy Board, and the Executive Board of Neighborhood Planning Unit M (NPU-M). In 1998, Natalie spoke at the Women in Technology International Conference and International Personnel Management Association Seminar.
An honors graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems, Natalie earned her masters’ degrees in Business Administration and Public Administration from Keller Graduate School of Management in Atlanta, Georgia. She received Executive Management Certification via Caliber Learning Center from the Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania.
At Fulton County Government, she created the New Technology Division and developed long-range technology plans. She directed diverse technology projects from project initiation to project completion, such as a teleworking pilot program, internet access, mindspring email accounts, Board of Commissioners’ videoconferencing, Cable Franchise Agreement, cell tower sites, and the first county website (www.co.fulton.ga.us.)
In her home town, Natalie directed technology training for Cook County employees, judges, and elected officials in Chicago at the Circuit Court of Cook County, Chief Judge’s Office. She also worked in the financial services industry where she garnered accolades for directing the highest performing team that provided first-in-class customer service.