Ann Hanlon has served as a director since March 2016. Mrs. Hanlon has served as the Executive Director of the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts since June 2017. Prior to that, she had a long tenure at the North Fulton Community Improvement District, where she served as Executive Director for over twelve years, from 2005 until the summer of 2017. Mrs. Hanlon was appointed by Governor Nathan Deal to the Board of Directors for the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority in April 2015. In that capacity, Ann serves on the projects and planning committee and has worked on the conversion of the revamped XPress Commuter bus program. Mrs. Hanlon is the Treasurer of the Council for Quality Growth, where she is scheduled to be the organization’s first female Chair in 2020. Mrs. Hanlon has spent over 16 years in the transportation industry and specifically in public and private partnerships in Metro Atlanta. She is on the Finance Committee for the Fulton County transit study and during her tenure at the NFCID, she helped build over $50 million in transportation infrastructure in the community. Mrs. Hanlon is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in both Government and Computer Applications. Mrs. Hanlon received her Masters of Public Administration from Georgia State University in Management and Finance. We believe that Mrs. Hanlon is qualified to serve on our Board of Directors because of her extensive business experience, including her experience working in the transportation industry.