PHOTO GALLERY circa 2007 After Tracee delivered her keynote speech at the Martin Luther King Jr. March and Rally, she was greeted by this beautiful lady, whom shared her experiences with Marching with Dr. King.circa 2016 Tracee took her Oath of Ethics at city hall and signed the paperwork after becoming an appointed city official serving on the Atlanta Citizen Review Board.circa 2017 Tracee receives Atlanta Police Department’s Citizens Police Academy Certificate from APD Chief Erica Shields at city hall. circa 2019 Tracee delivering an empowerment speech during the Atlanta Pride Committee Stonewall 50 march and rally.circa 2018 Tracee posing with Malik Kyree Brown and the Trans Affairs Committee ladies from Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms TLGBQ Advisory Board. Tori Cooper, Feroza Syed and Gabrielle Claibourne.circa 2019 Tracee and Zahara waiting to speak at Atlanta Pride Committee Stonewall 50 march and rally in Piedmont Park.STONEWALL 50 MARCH & RALLY It was such an honor to be featured in the One Atlanta Equality Forward Report. It’s been a fantastic journey being on the Mayor’s TLGBQ Advisory Board, serving along with some of my colleagues from the board. Our Trans Affairs Committee is focused on access to affordable housing and gainful employment for Trans and Gender Non-Conforming people. Last night was a full-Circle moment for me. After being unanimously elected as Co-Chair on February 13, 2020, I chaired our Special Call meeting, which was scheduled to hear some of the backlogged citizen complaints.Fate would have it that the meeting was held in the City Council Chambers and I received the amazing opportunity to preside over our meeting seated in the City Council President’s chair.