Carlee Schulte, Milledgeville Main Street/DDA executive director, has been named president of the Georgia Downtown Association (GDA) Board of Directors for 2018.
Schulte previously served as secretary/treasurer of the organization and is currently vice-president.
The Georgia Downtown Association is a member driven association that strives to serve its membership by advocating, promoting and supporting Georgia downtowns to foster vibrant sustainable communities. Active membership is open to any individual, involved in or interested in downtown revitalization.
“I am ready for the experience as president and look forward to working with the board and members to continue advocating for Georgia’s Downtowns. Through advocacy, training and networking, this association engages not only downtown development professionals, but many others interested in the importance of our traditional downtowns,” Schulte said of her new role.
The Georgia Downtown Association is a non-profit association that promotes the economic redevelopment of Georgia's traditional downtowns. Through advocacy, education and marketing, GDA works to focus the public's attention on the value of downtown. GDA is an independent association that supports both public and private sector efforts targeted at enhancing Georgia's downtowns.