Regional Leadership

Strategic leadership is needed to achieve goals, drive performance, and align short-term action with long-term directions within the County and the region. One of the key challenges facing county leadership is getting citizens, civic leaders, and front line staff moving in the same direction together, so the County has decided to increase its efforts in the area of Regional Leadership by focusing on the following key principles:

Performance Dashboards and Initiatives

Strategic Performance Dashboard
Strategic performance measures track activities which often extend beyond the power of one department or even the county government to affect on its own, but we believe improvements can be made in these areas through cooperation between departments and through partnerships with other government agencies, non-profits and the private sector. View dashboard
Department Performance Dashboard
Department performance measures are specific to county departments and are designed to track performance for the programs and services provided by each department. Departments set annual performance goals and report quarterly on their progress toward those goals. View dashboard
Fulton County Strategic Initiatives
Strategic initiatives are major undertakings often involving multiple departments and are aimed at meeting strategic objectives. This section provides information on County's current year initiatives under the Regional Leadership priority area as well as accomplishments related to initiatives from last year. View initiatives

Regional Leadership Priority Sponsors 

County Commissioners
Vice Chairwoman Natalie Hall, District 4
“As part of an elected body that represents more than one million constituents in the state’s most populous county, it’s important for us to assume the role of a regional leader. The County continues to assume that role in so many areas as we face new challenges in the 21st century. "
Commissioner Lee Morris, District 3
"Most of our pressing issues are not confined within the boundaries of any single jurisdiction. We will only improve outcomes for so many of those pressing issues through successful relationships and partnerships with non-profits, private entities, and other governments throughout our region."
Chief Officers for Priority Area Departments
Anna Roach, Chief Operating Officer
As COO, Mrs. Roach runs all day-to-day operations of Fulton County’s citizen-facing departments and is ultimately responsible for citizen satisfaction with services and improving efficiency in operations. Departments reporting to Mrs. Roach include Community Development and Senior Services.
Dr. Pamela Roshell, Deputy Chief Operating Officer
As Deputy Chief Operating Office, Dr. Roshell is responsible for overseeing Health and Human Services.