The Atlanta Regional Commission Board voted to re-elect Kerry Armstrong for a fifth term as Board Chairman. Mr. Armstrong has served on the ARC Board since 2008 and was elected to his first term as Board Chair in 2013. His next two-year term will begin on January 1, 2022. Under the leadership of Armstrong and the other board members, ARC has worked with local governments and community partners to address key regional issues and implement the Atlanta Region’s Plan, a long-range blueprint that provides investments to support world-class infrastructure, healthy, livable communities, and a competitive economy for metro Atlanta.
“I am grateful for the Board’s continued support and look forward to building on our agency’s efforts to foster an Atlanta region where every resident has the opportunity to succeed,” said Armstrong.
Armstrong, Managing Director/Development Partner with Pope & Land Enterprises, also is actively involved in numerous civic, educational, and charitable organizations. He is the chair of the North Fulton Community Improvement District and serves as Board of Director and past Chair of the Council for Quality Growth.