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Infrastructure Council

Working to advance transportation, water and sustainability issues.

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Infrastructure Council

Working to advance transportation, water and sustainability issues.

Metro Atlanta’s built environment remains one of our region’s greatest assets.

To support metro Atlanta’s thriving economy, the MAC Infrastructure Council seeks innovative infrastructure solutions through research, advocacy, and collaborative leadership. The Council focuses on the areas of the environment and natural resources, energy, land use, sustainability, mobility, and transportation policy. Industry leaders crossing multiple sectors work together and with regional partners to elevate the region’s reputation as a world-class leader in infrastructure investment and sustainable business practices.


MAC has pioneered numerous policy and research projects on issues which have significantly shaped our policy decisions and demonstrated employer and employee attitudes toward congestion and mobility. Further, many of our organizations and businesses are already doing their part through corporate social responsibility initiatives, raising metro Atlanta’s sustainability profile and advancing our agenda of continued economic development and an improved quality of life for citizens and businesses.

Working for the Future

The MAC Infrastructure Council works with policymakers and community leaders to:
• Advocate at the local, state, and federal level for polices and resources needed to strengthen and expand our multi-modal transportation infrastructure
• Ensure an equitable water-sharing agreement with neighboring states, allowing for Georgia to move forward with investing in new water infrastructure
• Establish thought leadership by conducting and delivering relevant research and data showcasing best policies and practices for infrastructure development and investment
• Remain the business voice for sustainability in metro Atlanta – driving sustainable best practices and enhancing our sustainability reputation
• Ensure the environmental regulatory structure is favorable for industry growth and job creation
• Remain a reliable resource through regular interaction with MAC staff and business leaders
• Showcase innovative sustainability leadership by hosting the annual E3 Awards


What’s in it for You and Your Company?

• Stay informed about policy issues
• Influence and develop policy positions
• Advocate for specific policies in the business community
• Build your professional network
• Added value through exclusive content and experiences
• Impact your business’s ability to grow and attract talent

MAC Staff


Katie Kirkpatrick

Metro Atlanta Chamber

President & CEO


Dave Williams

Metro Atlanta Chamber

Senior Vice President, Public Policy


Natalie Simpson

Metro Atlanta Chamber

Manager, Educated Workforce

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