About Morsberger Revitalization

Emory Morsberger is a pioneer in the creation and management of community improvement districts in the metro Atlanta area. He has spearheaded the creation of CIDs in Stone Mountain, Duluth and the Highway 78 (Gwinnett) corridor and, as founder, Chairman or Executive Director, led those CIDs through periods of great revitalization and success.

Emory is a graduate of Emory University and the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Finance. He has many years of dedicated public and business service under his belt, and is currently serving as the President of the Stone Mountain CID where, under Emory’s guidance, the year-old CID has recently expanded its boundaries and launched an aggressive economic development effort.

Other positions of service

  • Georgia House of Representatives
  • Georgia Department of Economic Development Board of Directors
  • Candidate for US Congress
  • Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce Board
  • Council for Quality Growth Board
  • Livable Communities Coalition Board
  • Gwinnett Revitalization Task Force Chairman
  • Southwest Gwinnett Village Community Improvement Association Chairman
  • MARTA Board
  • Governor’s (GA) Commission on Children and Youth
  • Federal Interagency Coordinating Council
  • Highway 78 Community Improvement District Co-Founder & Chairman
  • Gwinnett Village Co-Founder and Board Member
  • Georgia Cities Foundation Board
  • Atlanta Committee for the 1996 Olympic Games Local Government Group
  • Founder and Board Chairman of Georgians for the Brain Train
  • Georgians for Passenger Rail Board
  • Medici Center Founder & Chairman

Awards and recognitions

  • Georgia Trend’s 100 Most Influential Georgians 2007-10
  • Gwinnett Magazine Man of the Year 2006
  • Winner of 11 Golden Hammer Awards
  • Georgia Cities Foundation Renaissance Award Recipient

Emory and Morsberger Revitalization in the News…

Hartsfield task force focuses on economic growth (Clayton News Daily 08.18.12)

“We’ve come a long way” (Gwinnett Daily Post 10.23.07)

Stone Mountain business group says tax paying off (Champion Free Press 06.08.12)

The Bucks Stop There (Georgia Trend 08.12)

Stone Mountain CID Fall Newsletter (St Mtn CID 08.12)

Imagine a Greener, More Sustainable City (Atlanta Peach 03.08)

Let’s Get Back on Track (Augusta Chronicle 02.04.07)

Business Rides on Rail Plans (Atlanta Business Chronicle 06.20.08)