I’m excited to be part of such an innovative team that’s working to grow Georgia’s communities."
Charlie Moseley joined the Georgia Power Economic Development team in 2018 as business recruitment director, bringing his talent and expertise to companies looking for locations throughout Georgia. He oversees the research and site selection process for businesses investing or expanding in Georgia. With market evaluation, engineering services, facilitating company visits, and serving as a liaison between companies and government agencies, Charlie walks prospects through every step of the journey.
Before Georgia Power, Charlie was the director of project management and regional partnerships for the Metro Atlanta Chamber, working to attract jobs and investment to the Atlanta region. Prior to that, he was the executive director of the Henry County Development Authority where he led all economic efforts, and before that he worked in various roles for the Georgia Department of Economic Development's Global Commerce team. He's also worked with the Association County Commissioners of Georgia and as a speechwriter for a former governor.
Charlie earned graduate degrees in public policy and city and regional planning from Georgia Tech. He got his undergraduate degree in political science from the Honors Program at the University of Georgia.
A fan of the Atlanta music scene (especially at Variety Playhouse), Charlie loves to go to shows when he can find the time. He's also a big reader (currently reading The Goldfinch). He and his family- wife Jess, daughter Nora, and son Reid, love spending time outdoors along the Chattahoochee or in the North Georgia mountains. The Moseleys call Atlanta's Druid Hills neighborhood home.