List of Atlanta's 17 Sister Cities

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For more information about these cities, please visit the Sister Cities International Website

Interim Chair: Mr. Matt Ohm

Ancient Olympia, Greece (1994)
Margo Alexander, Ph.D., Chair

Brussels, Belgium (1983)

Bucharest, Romania (1994)
Nick Modares, Chair

Cotonou, Benin (1995)
Charleise Young, Ph.D., Chair

Daegu, Korea (1981) | Invest Daegu
John Lee, Chair

Fukuoka, Japan (2005) | Invest Fukuoka
Keiko Scott, Chair

Lagos, Nigeria (1974) | Nigerian American Chamber of Commerce
Augustine O. Esogbue, Ph.D., Chair

Montego Bay, Jamaica (1972) | JAMPRO: Trade & Investment Jamaica
Dr. Yvonne Smith, Chair

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, United Kingdom (1977)
David M. Smith, Chair

Nuremberg, Germany (1998)
Matt Ohm, Chair

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago (1987) | Atlanta - Port of Spain Local Committee | InvesTT
Karen Clarke, Chair

Ra'anana, Israel (2000) / Local Committee
Arnold Heller, Ph.D., Chair

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (1972) | Rio Negocios

Salcedo, Dominican Republic (1996)
Victor Ramirez, Chair

Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China (1979) | National Development Council
Allen Chang, Chair

Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia (1988) / Local Committee
John Hall, Chair

Toulouse, France (1974) / Greater Toulouse Council / U.S. Consulate in Toulouse / Local Committee | Invest in Toulouse
Sherry von Klitzing, Chair

 

Contact Info

Mayor's Office of
International Affairs - City Hall 55 Trinity Avenue SW, Atlanta, Georgia 30303 

City of Atlanta
Atlanta Sister Cities Commission (ASCC)
                  
Vanessa Ibarra
Director
vibarra@atlantaga.gov              

Paulina Guzman
Global Engagement Officer
470-303-9589
paguzman@atlantaga.gov

Atlanta Sister Cities Commission 

Sister Cities International

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