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Atlanta Spotlight | Hala Moddelmog

Hala Moddelmog has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Atlanta based FLEETCOR Technologies, a global provider of fuel cards and workforce payment products to business.
An accomplished operating executive and non-profit CEO, Moddelmog will serve on FleetCor’s nominating and compensation committee. Her appointment was effective April 20, 2017.

“Hala brings a track record of outstanding operating performance, a deep expertise in marketing, and long standing set of community ties in Atlanta to our Board,” said Ron Clarke, Chairman and CEO, FLEETCOR. “We’re delighted that Hala chose to join us, and would like to officially welcome her to the FLEETCOR family.”

“We conducted an exhaustive search for someone who would further strengthen our board’s breadth and bring a fresh perspective to our board,” said Tom Hagerty, Chairman of FLEETCOR’s Nominating and Compensation Committee. “We believe Hala will do just that.”

Hala Moddelmog has served in President and CEO roles for more than 20 years.

Ms. Moddelmog served as President of Arby’s Restaurant Group, held the CEO position with Susan G. Komen for the Cure, and is currently the first female CEO of the metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce.

Ms. Moddelmog has also served on a number of public, private, and non-profit boards during her career. Ms. Moddelmog earned a master’s degree from the University of Georgia, and a bachelor’s degree from Georgia Southern University.


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