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Elect Marci Collier Overstreet

Elect Marci Collier Overstreet

P. O. Box 311700, Atlanta (GA), 31131, United States

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Description Marci is a native Atlantan who was raised in and around District 11. Her perspective is unique, because each life phase has been influenced by her love for and commitment to this community and its success. Her husband and brother-in-law started a Medical Practice in the community 20 years ago and it’s still viable today! They have raised their 3 children in District 11. Marci knows that the composition and the diversity in District 11 is special and wishes to continue to celebrate and preserve the nuances. She aims to preserve the historical component while growing amenities and conveniences to include recreation for children and senior citizens as well as quality shopping options.

#SMARTgrowth– Marci is a true community leader and entrepreneur that knows first-hand what it takes to grow smart. All growth is not created equal…by listening to the constituents of District 11, Marci understands what goods and services will best satisfy the District 11 lifestyles and will ensure the value of personal investments continue to grow. She plans to integrate both the aging population unique to District 11 and the new generation of millennials which love the convenience of the location of District 11.

#CommunityGOALS - She has a deep understanding of the historical aspect of her district and will work hard to preserve it. MARCI WILL DEMAND A SPOT AT THE TABLE OF ANY GROUP DISCUSSING THE GROWTH OF DISTRICT 11. She will not tolerate “closed-door” meetings concerning her community’s future!

Marci Collier Overstreet is QUALIFIED & READY to SERVE !!!

She is a City of Atlanta Commission Appointee – Atlanta Commission on Women March 2015 – Present

This Commission is charged to (but not limited to) address educational needs of and opportunities for women; social security and tax laws as they affect women; women's health issues; political, legal, civil, property, and social rights of women; employment policies in the public and private sector and their impact on the wage