On a sunny Wednesday morning, three Atlanta women were in for a huge surprise. Instead of the casual meeting they expected, these three women were surprised by the ATL100 campaign with a circle of close family and friends who joined them to unveil city billboards honoring these power women and the work they do to advance clean energy.
Malissa “Mali” Hunter, Rev. Kate McGregor Mosley, and Felicia Davis are the second group of ONE100 award winners in Atlanta. Their billboards underline the leading role women are playing in making clean energy more accessible and affordable for all people, regardless of income, zip code or race.
One woman. 100% determination. Clean energy for all.
Honoree Malissa “Mali” Hunter (right) is a celebrity chef and partner in Tree Sound Studios. She uses her influential platform to promote healthy eating and environmental sustainability, including adopting clean, efficient energy. Powered by on-site solar energy, Tree Sound Studios boasts top talent such as Toni Braxton, Justin Bieber, Drake and Lenny Kravitz on its client list.
The Rev. Kate McGregor Mosley (left) is executive director of Georgia Interfaith Power & Light, which unites the state’s diverse faith community around the moral case for action on clean energy. She oversees a successful program to help religious institutions across Georgia become more energy efficient in order to reduce operating costs and promote environmental stewardship.
As director of the Building Green Initiative at Clark Atlanta University, Felicia Davis (center) helps historically black, Hispanic-serving and tribal colleges and universities reduce their environmental footprints. Clark Atlanta University is part of the Atlanta University Center, the largest consortium of historically black colleges and universities in the country.
Join us in celebrating “Atlanta’s Power Women.” These three women and leaders like them across America are making our nation cleaner, healthier, and more equitable through clean energy for all.