Kandice Allen Mitchell is an Atlanta attorney focused on developing and implementing policies and procedures that promote equity and efficiency for public and private entities. Kandice’s work with the Municipal Court of Atlanta, Atlanta Public Schools (Office of General Counsel), and the international law firm Greenberg Traurig have honed her competencies in a wide range of issues from legal and ethical conflicts of interest to bail reform. Kandice has been published for her analysis of proposed federal legislation aimed at expanding employment protections for the LGBTQ+ community.
In addition to her professional career, Kandice is dedicated to enhancing her community through her volunteer work with a host of organizations. Kandice currently serves as the Correspondence Secretary for the Atlanta Commission on Women. She serves as a board member with Sisterhood of the Traveling Heart, a charitable organization which promotes self-confidence and educational/career advancement for women and girls. She has also worked with the Atlanta Chapter of the National Black MBA Association to provide teens with the resources and historical context of our national and local political processes so that they can be empowered through political action.
Kandice is a proud graduate of Tennessee State University in Nashville, TN where she earned a B.B.A. in Economics and Finance. Kandice went on to earn her law degree from John Marshall Law School in Atlanta, GA where she was a 1st-place moot court competitor, a member of the law journal, and an executive board member for the Black Law Students Association (BLSA). She is currently a resident of Atlanta’s Edgewood neighborhood where she and her husband are members of the Organized Neighbors of Edgewood. Kandice is eager to take on opportunities that strengthen protections for marginalized groups throughout our nation.