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New Leaders Council

New Leaders Council Atlanta

NLC Atlanta was founded in 2009. You can follow the Atlanta Chapter on Facebook and Twitter.

Please also visit our NLC Atlanta website:

Chapter Directors | Advisory Board and Roles | Elected Officials and Dignitaries | Fellows | Alumni | Previous Leadership


New Leaders Council is only possible because of our tremendous volunteers and supporters in communities across the country. (Back to All Chapters)

 Meet the 2016 Fellows:

 ~ Take a look at our previous classes ~

Class of 2015:

Class of 2014:

Class of 2013:

Class of 2012:

Class of 2011:

Class of 2010:

Class of 2009:

  ~ Meet our previous leadership ~

Chapter Directors

Ashlyn Shockley,
Maurice Stewart,

Atlanta Advisory Board

Tray Deadwyler, Alumni Co-Chair
Rae Oglesby, Alumni Co-Chair
Ashley Nealy, Communications Chair
Allison Hood, Curriculum Co-Chair
Jennifer Young, Curriculum Co-Chair
Hamida Labi, NCL4 Liaison
Adrienne White, Finance Chair
Nicole Wiliams, Fundraising Chair
Cindia DeVaughn, Community Engagement Co-Chair
Russell Hopson, Community Engagement Co-Chair
Dasheika Ruffin, Mentorship Chair
Theo Harvey, Selections Chair
Brandee Tate, Selections Chair

Elected Officials and Dignitaries that support our NLC mission in Atlanta:

Kwanza Hall, Atlanta City Councilman
Shayla Nealy, Union City Council elect
Matt Westmoreland, Atlanta Board of Education

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New Leaders Council is a 501 (c) (3) public charity dedicated to educating a new generation of leaders and to providing those leaders with the tools they need to succeed. NLC does not engage in political or legislative activities of any kind, does not support or oppose any candidate for public office, and serves only as an educational leadership training ground.