Keisha Lance Bottoms is the 60th Mayor of Atlanta. A true daughter of the city, Mayor Bottoms is committed to realizing her vision of One Atlanta– an affordable, resilient and equitable model city for both commerce and compassion. Under Mayor Bottoms’ leadership, the City of Atlanta has had a number of successes including establishing the City’s first fully-staffed Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, the closure of the Atlanta City Detention Center to ICE detainees, and hosting the historic Super Bowl LIII. In 2020, Georgia Trend magazine named Mayor Bottoms the 2020 Georgian of the Year, and the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights (LCCR) Under Law awarded Mayor Bottoms the Distinguished Civil Rights Advocate Award for her equity-driven leadership to help guide and protect marginalized communities. Mayor Bottoms resides in historic Southwest Atlanta with her husband, Derek W. Bottoms, and their four children: Lance, Langston, Lennox and Lincoln. To learn more about Mayor Bottoms, visit the Mayor’s website.