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Andrea Hall

Andrea Hall is a fire captain for South Fulton County (Georgia) Fire Rescue and president of IAFF Local 3920. In 1993, Captain Hall became the first female firefighter hired with the Albany (Georgia) Fire Department, and in 2004 became the first African American woman to be promoted to captain at Fulton County Fire Rescue. Hall has also served in other capacities – CEO, chair of the board and licensed EMT – with multiple first responder agencies, and currently serves as a mentor, instructor and guest motivational speaker. Hall has received several awards and accolades during her career, including city and county proclamations, lifesaving and achievement awards. She serves as a member or appointed leader in various professional and community organizations, including the International Association of Fire Chiefs, International Society of Fire Service Instructors, International City Managers Association, Women in Fire, and Fire Department Safety Officers Association. In January 2021, Hall lead the Pledge of Allegiance during the Presidential Inauguration of Joe Biden.

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