Atlanta, Georgia 2021-06-08 21:20:14 –
On Tuesday, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced the following important appointments to her administration.
Chief Financial Officer – Mohammed Rose (effective July 7, 2021)
Until recently, Mohammed Barra was Deputy Secretary of the Treasury Administration. In that role, Mr. Barra led the finance departments such as financial planning and analysis, budgeting and reporting, capital planning, auditing, revenue operations, accounts receivable, accounts payable, fixed assets and inventory management, accounting services and salaries.
Deputy Secretary Balla has over 15 years of experience in investment banking, corporate finance and public finance. Mr. Rose joined the city in April 2011 and has been working for the Treasury since 2013. Prior to joining the ministry, he was a key member of the city’s pension reform team, responsible for restructuring the city’s $ 3 billion pension plan. Mr. Rose was the city’s cash and investment manager and oversaw the city’s $ 1.5 billion cash and investment portfolio.
Mr. Rose holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Morehouse College, majored in finance, and an MBA from Stephen M. Ross Business School at the University of Michigan.
Chief Information Officer – Jason Sanky (immediate entry into force)
Prior to taking office, Jason Sanky was Chief Information Officer of the Ohio Department of Employment and Family Services (ODJFS). Operated with a budget of $ 3.5 billion, ODJFS is responsible for developing and supervising national public support, workforce development, unemployment, child and adult protection services, adoption, childcare and childcare support services. ..
Prior to joining Ohio, Jason was Vice President of New York City and Citigroup in Columbus, Ohio for 13 years. He then moved to the public sector as Chief Information Officer of Franklin County Court Secretary.
He was recently recognized as a recipient of the 2020 Ohio Institutional CIO of the Year and COVID Hero Awards. Sankey holds a BS in Nature and Behavioral Sciences / Chemistry from Ohio University.
Human Resources Secretary – Jeffrey Norman (immediate entry into force)
Jeffrey Norman has been the Interim Commissioner of DHR since June 2019. Over the past two years, Norman has improved the city’s recruitment and onboarding timelines for department vacancies, reducing the time to replenishment from 67 days to 32 days. Norman also led the creation of a vacancy review committee.
Norman also oversees pre-employment physical examinations and the implementation of Mayor Bottoms’ order to remove drug testing requirements for non-safety candidate city officials and is overly affected by such trials. Addressed systematic discrimination against specific groups of applicants.
Norman joined the city in 1999 as a deputy lawyer in the Faculty of Law. Until very recently, Norman was the City Deputy Attorney for the Ministry of Justice. Norman was the City’s Chief Compliance Officer from 2003 to 2017.
Norman graduated from Morehouse College with a PhD in Law from Louisiana State University.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport General Manager – Balram Bheodari (immediate entry into force)
Prior to taking office, Balram Bheodari was Deputy Manager of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) in 2016. Bheodari first joined ATL in June 2000.
Bheodari is a retired Army Airman whose leadership as Deputy General Manager of Operations navigated the ATL during the most difficult period of the COVID-19 pandemic, from withdrawal to resumption of large-scale operations.
Bheodari has a wide range of careers in aviation management. During his tenure at ATL, he commissioned ATL’s first operational preparation and migration (ORAT) team to develop and implement an integrated car rental center and ATL SkyTrain automatic People Mover activation plan. Two years later, he expanded the ORAT team and directed the opening of the 1.2 million square foot Maynard H. Jackson Junior International Terminal, which accommodated more than 12 million international travelers each year before the pandemic.
Bheodari has been designated as an Accredited Airport Executive (AAE) by the American Association of Airport Executives. In addition, it is accredited by the International Airports Council and the International Civil Aviation Organization as an International Airport Professional (IAP).
Bheodari graduated from Troy University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Air Traffic Control. He has also completed the Emory University Executive Education Management Leadership and Development Program. He retired from the United States Army after 22 years of active military service in the aviation sector as an instrument rating aviator.
Deputy Chief Operating Officer (DCOO) – Jason Ingram (immediate entry into force)
Jason Ingram has joined the city as DCOO for business and management services. Prior to joining the city, Ingram was Chief Policy Advisor to the Baltimore City Human Resources Department and Secretary-General of the Civil Service Committee.
While working in the city of Baltimore, Ingram advised the mayor and city leaders to understand, apply and comply with city, state and federal policies, employment laws and regulations. Billion. Ingram led the revision of 60 civil service rules and more than 330 administrative policies and represented the city in collective bargaining negotiations with nine trade unions.
In addition to his strong commitment to human resources, he uses a professional platform to join groups such as the Executive Leadership Council, Urban League Young Professionals Network, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (Blue Ridge), Goodwill Industries of the Valleys and Total. I participated. Action for Progress, Philadelphia Public School, Congressional Black Caucus Association, Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Leadership Development Program.
Ingram holds a bachelor’s degree from Morehouse University, a master’s degree from Columbia University, a master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and a PhD in law from the Catholic University of the United States.
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