ALPHARETTA, Ga. – The North Fulton Community Improvement District congratulates Program Coordinator Alex Battle on his recent election to the Council for Quality Growth’s Emerging Leaders Initiative (ELI) Board of Directors. Emerging Leaders Initiative (ELI) is a program that strives to Educate, Engage and Empower the Emerging Leaders within the metro Atlanta area’s growth and development industry. Members of ELI will explore the industry through events hosted and led by senior executives and leaders from engineering companies, developers, law firms, CIDs, utilities and other industry sectors.
“I’m honored to be nominated to join the Emerging Leaders Initiative (ELI) board of Directors for 2022-2023,” said Alex Battle. “I look forward to working with this impressive group of leaders to promote balanced and responsible growth throughout the Atlanta region.”
The Council for Quality Growth recognizes the importance of CIDs and how they act as significant centers of influence in the region. As a CID professional, Alex will have the opportunity to bring the CID perspective to the ELI organization, while improving the North Fulton CID’s presence within the development industry.
“The Council for Quality Growth is excited to have Alex Battle join our Emerging Leaders Initiative (ELI) Board to support programs to educate, engage and empower emerging leaders in the metro Atlanta area’s growth and development industry. Alex has demonstrated his commitment to positively impact the region and encompasses all the characteristics that represent an emerging leader,” said Council for Quality Growth Senior Policy Analyst Joseph Santoro.
About the North Fulton Community Improvement District
The North Fulton Community Improvement District (CID) is an infrastructure financing mechanism formed by committed business leaders who are dedicated to the advancement of the North Fulton region. This organization is funded by commercial property owners within the district, which stretches along Ga. 400 from Mansell Road north to McGinnis Ferry Road. Since its inception in 2003, the North Fulton CID has invested $23 million to bring more than $130 million in infrastructure projects to our district. For more information, visit www.NorthFultonCID.com or call 678-397-0570.