Intergovernmental Collaboration and Community OutreachMission: The FEB Intergovernmental and Interagency Collaboration and Community Outreach Council serves as the primary resource for the FEB in matters related to intergovernmental and interagency collaboration and community outreach. The Council collaborates with other Federal, State, and Local entities to identify resources in the form of support, assistance, communication mechanisms, and partnerships to enhance the networks ability to strengthen communication and collaboration among the Atlanta Metro Federal Communities.
- This line of business advances local and national initiatives through intergovernmental and interagency collaboration and community outreach. The FEB Intergovernmental and Interagency Collaboration and Community Outreach Council serves as the primary resource for the Atlanta FEB in matters related to intergovernmental and interagency collaboration and community outreach.
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- Leadership as the CFC Campaign Director in 2000
- Leadership as the CFC Campaign Director in 2009
- Collect $4.7 Million in a single campaign season (2009) - The highest total ever collected by the Atlanta CFC
- Leadership as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Campaign Coordinator for over 10 years
- Leadership as A Loaned Executive to CFC for over 10 years
- As a Loaned Executive facilitated collections of greater than $10 Million Dollars (highest ever for a Loaned Executive)
- As the CFC Campaign Director realized a cost-avoidance of greater than $60,000 in a single budget year (highest ever)
- Implemented and recommended new fiscal policies for accountability (practices are still in place today)
- Encouraged and guided hundreds of Division Coordinators, Agency Coordinators, Agency Keyworkers for superior performance
Meet Intergovernmental and Interagency Collaboration and Community Outreach Manager (LOB3) Tamekia TaylorA former science and mathematics teacher in the Muskegon Heights Public School District, MI, Tamekia is currently a Public Health Analyst at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Ms. Taylor began her career at the CDC as an HHS Emerging Leader intern in 2006, in the Office of Health and Safety. During which time she worked as a safety training administrator; developing, monitoring, and evaluating safety training for CDC staff domestically and internationally. Tamekia now serves as the lead in Strategic Planning and performance management for the Office Safety Security and Asset Management. Ms. Taylor possesses a Masters of Business Administration- Business Intelligence from Ferris State University in Big Rapids, MI and a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from Central State University Wilberforce OH. In her spare time, she works as a community advocate to bring awareness to HIV/AIDS prevention. Ms Taylor is committed to the reduction of health disparities among racial and ethnic groups disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS.