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Atlanta Housing is pleased to welcome Torri Martin, Chief Information Officer, and Fenice Taylor, Chief Financial Officer, to our executive leadership team. Mr. Martin will oversee information technology (IT) strategy, initiatives, and digital innovation for the agency and our residents. Mrs. Taylor will lead the agency’s financial planning, analysis, and implementation.
Torri Martin most recently led the Office of Financial Systems Services for the City of Atlanta. He was responsible for the operational and strategic management of all financial systems for the City of Atlanta, including the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. Prior to returning to the City of Atlanta, Mr. Martin was the Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA). In this capacity, he directed all aspects of information, data, operational, and business technology strategy and service delivery to a $2.4B transit authority that serves approximately 1M passengers each day. Mr. Martin has a vast array of experience in bringing practicality into building a culture of innovation and looks to build on the foundation that Atlanta Housing has developed. Torri earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Georgia State University, a master’s degree in public administration from Troy University, and a Juris Doctor from John Marshall Law School. He is also a Certified Public Manager, has a certificate in strategic performance management, and is a member of the State Bar of Georgia.
In her previous position as CFO at the Washington State Housing Finance Commission (WSHFC), Fenice Taylor led all aspects of the financial operations at the agency, including financial planning, accounting, reporting, debt management, and investments. Fenice oversaw the agency’s $2 billion in assets and $160 million annual budget. Before her role at WSHFC, Mrs. Taylor held several key leadership positions within the Georgia Department of Community Affairs/Georgia Housing and Finance Authority. Her roles included Director of Bond Finance, Director of Homeownership Finance, and Director of Housing Finance. In these capacities, she directed all aspects of state-wide affordable multifamily, single-family, and bond finance program operations. Fenice earned her degree with honors from the University of Texas at Austin. She holds a CPA license in both Georgia and Texas.