Marci Collier Overstreet is serving as a member of the Atlanta City Council representing the citizens of District 11, the legacy of southwest Atlanta where she proudly spent her teenage years and raised her family.
Marci is a native of Atlanta and a product of Atlanta Public Schools, graduating from Benjamin E. Mays High School in 1983. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Georgia State University.
She has over 25 years of experience in service and leadership through her chosen career path, volunteerism, and organizational affiliations.
Marci Collier Overstreet is and has always been assessable to the people. That’s what being a devoted SOUTHWEST ATLANTAN is all about.
After years of experience working in the corporate arena and PTSA’s to make positive change in the lives of families, seniors, and young people, Marci is now an advocate for the people at City Hall.
Marci is intensely dedicated, passionate, and devoted to serving the citizens of the City of Atlanta.
Marci’s mission is to invest in technology, provide transparency, ensure public safety, improve mobility and economic development to create an age-friendly community, and foster solid relationships with the constituents of District 11. Marci understands the unique composition of her district. She wishes to celebrate and preserve its distinct historic components while introducing amenities and conveniences, including recreational opportunities for children and senior citizens. Marci has held multiple boards and leadership positions professional and within the community, including: