Natalie Hall is Fulton County Commissioner of District 4, which encompasses the heart of Atlanta, downtown, Midtown, Old 4th Ward, and neighborhoods west of downtown Atlanta to Fulton Industrial Boulevard. The unique attribute about this district is that it’s completely inside of the City of Atlanta.
Commissioner Hall is passionate about making a positive impact in the lives of the citizens of Fulton County. She previously served Fulton County faithfully for six years as the Chief of Staff to the late Fulton County District 4 Commissioner Joan P. Garner and has over 25 years of management experience in the public and private sectors.
A honors graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems, Natalie earned her masters’ degrees in Business Administration and Public Administration from Keller Graduate School of Management in Atlanta, Georgia. She received Executive Management Certification via Caliber Learning Center from the Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania. Commissioner Hall is continuing her education with coursework through Association County Commissioners of Georgia (ACCG) and the University Of Georgia Carl Vinson Institute Of Government.
In September 2017, Natalie received the Certified Public Manager (CPM) certification from the Carl Vinson Institute of Government of the University of Georgia. In 2018, Commissioner Hall completed all required coursework for her certification as a Certified County Commissioner through Association County Commissioners of Georgia (ACCG) and the University Of Georgia Carl Vinson Institute Of Government. Through a great partnership between the Association of County Commissioners of Georgia (ACCG) and The Carl Vinson Institute of Government at the University of Georgia, Commissioner Hall received her Certified County Commissioner Certification at the 2019 ACCG Lifelong Learning Academy Leadership Luncheon in Savannah, GA. She completed nine core classes which included County Government 101, County Government Law, County Government Finance, Ethics, Economic Development, Human Resources, Public Safety, 0and Public Health, Property Appraisal, and Taxation and Leadership Institute.
Commissioner Hall is a member of several boards including Association County Commissioners of Georgia (ACCG) where she is a part of the following policy committees: Revenue and Finance, Economic Development and Transportation, and Federal. Commissioner Hall is a member of the Fulton County Board of the Health, the Atlanta Homeless Continuum of Care Governance Council, and has been appointed to a number of NACo boards and committees such as the Healthy Counties Initiative Advisory Board, Information Technology Standing Committee, Resilient Counties Advisory Board and the Large Urban Caucus Steering Committee. She was also one of a select group of county leaders nationwide who participated in the National Association of Counties (NACo) 16th Annual County Leadership Institute (CLI). The CLI consisted of a series of leadership development courses including Distinctions between Technical and Adaptive Challenges, Leadership and Authority, Connecting to Purpose, Mapping the System, Intervention and the Productive Zone, and Surviving and Thriving. She attained a certificate from the National Association of Counties presented by Cambridge Leadership Associates for the completion of the 2019 County Leadership Institute. In July 2019, Commissioner Hall was administered a 2019-2020 presidential appointment as Vice-Chair to the National Association of Counties (NACo) Human Services & Education Steering Committee.
On the County Commission, Commissioner Hall will serve as Executive Sponsor for Fulton’s Strategic Priority “All People are Healthy.” She believes in a holistic approach to health that includes, but is not limited to, having good physical and mental health, access to healthy food, access to quality healthcare, gainful employment, and obtaining an overall quality of life that sustains the individual and their family.
Natalie is the mother of two adult sons. She currently resides a few blocks from the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood with her husband, former District 2 Atlanta City Councilmember Kwanza Hall. She has been a resident of Atlanta since 1988 and has lived in the Old 4th Ward for the past 18 years.