Kristin Winzeler

Deputy Executive Director | North Fulton CID
Background

Kristin Winzeler is the Deputy Executive Director for the North Fulton Community Improvement District (CID). Ms. Winzeler manages the daily operations, projects, and consulting team of the North Fulton CID. She has been with the CID since starting as a Project Assistant in 2012.

Prior to joining the CID, Ms. Winzeler received a dual master’s degree in public administration and business administration from Kennesaw State University. Her graduate work has been published in Public Performance & Management Review. She has also served as an intern for the Association County Commissioners of Georgia and the Arthritis Foundation Southeast Region, both in Atlanta.

Ms. Winzeler is a graduate of several leadership programs, including the Atlanta Regional Commission’s Regional Leadership Institute and the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership North Fulton. She has been a member of Women Transportation Seminar (WTS) since 2013 and is currently serving as Immediate Past President of the Atlanta chapter. She served as President of the organization during the organization’s 40th anniversary from 2021-2022. Ms. Winzeler also serves as a board member of the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce and was awarded the Chamber’s JenLan Rising Star Award in 2018. She has been named one of Engineering Georgia Magazine’s Most Influential Women in Engineering from 2020-2023. In her spare time, Ms. Winzeler is involved with the Boy Scouts of America as an advisor for the Venture Crew youth development program and serves on the PTA Board for her daughters’ school. She lives in Woodstock, GA with her husband and three daughters.

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