Moseley steps down as Henry County Development Authority director


By Monroe Roark
Times Correspondent



The Henry County Development Authority is looking for a new executive director but will continue working with the most recent one.

Charlie Moseley’s last day on the job is May 13. He has taken a position with the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce involving collaboration on regional projects, according to HCDA board chairman Geoff Cauble.

Moseley came to the HCDA in December of 2014 after four years working for the state in economic development. He succeeded Bob White, who served in the position for more than 20 years.

Cauble called Moseley “a great talent” and said the silver lining from his departure is the fact that they will still work together from time to time.

"We are excited that we will continue to collaborate and in his new role he will support projects in Henry County,” said Cauble. “From his time here he has a good perspective on what we can offer here."

The vacant job will be posted by the county’s human resources department and in several relevant industry publications, part of what Cauble called a “standard search process that is just now getting underway.”

"He [Moseley] has been more than helpful and will continue to help us through the transition,” said Cauble, adding that he expects a good number of candidates to emerge from the search.

“The success Charlie has seen the last couple of years is something anyone would envy. I think that will help us in the search.”