Office of the Inspector General
Shannon K. Manigault serves as the Inspector General of the City of Atlanta. Before the City of Atlanta, she served as an Inspector General for the New York City Department of Investigation (DOI). In that role, she was responsible for investigating fraud, corruption, waste, abuse, and mismanagement in New York City’s Fire Department, Department of Sanitation, Taxi & Limousine Commission, Emergency Management, and Conflicts of Interest Board. Ms. Manigault led an investigative team as it probed a broad array of criminal misconduct, ranging in topic from bribery and insurance theft to narcotics sales and credit card fraud, and identified and worked to eliminate corruption vulnerabilities. Before joining DOI, she worked for New York City Council, where she served as counsel to the Committee on Contracts and the Committee on Oversight & Investigations. In this position, she drafted and negotiated legislation concerning New York City’s procurement of goods, services, and construction, and coordinated Council oversight of New York City agencies. Prior to the Council, Ms. Manigault was a litigation associate at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP, where she conducted internal investigations and represented clients in white collar defense and regulatory matters. Before Davis Polk, Ms. Manigault clerked for Honorable John C. Lifland (ret.) in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey. Ms. Manigault received an AB in Sociology from Harvard College and a JD from Harvard Law School. Ms. Manigault is a member of the bar in Georgia, New York, and New Jersey, and is a Certified Inspector General.
Deputy Inspector General
Shelby J. Williams serves as the Deputy Inspector General of the Compliance Division for the City of Atlanta Office of the Inspector General. Prior to joining the City of Atlanta, she spent 19 years conducting criminal and administrative investigations with the Miami-Dade County Office of the Inspector General. During her tenure with the Miami-Dade County OIG, Ms. Williams held the positions of Assistant Inspector General for Investigations, Supervisory Special Agent, and Special Agent. In her various roles with the Miami-Dade OIG, Ms. Williams conducted and oversaw investigations related to election and insurance fraud, theft of surplus funds, construction related frauds, and public corruption. She spent 12 years as the Supervisory Special Agent at the Miami International Airport, where she led an investigative team responsible for investigating fraud, waste, abuse, and public corruption. She and her team conducted a broad range of investigations at the airport that included financial crimes, grand theft, official misconduct, vendor improprieties, and conflicts of interest. Their efforts led to the successful prosecutions and convictions of several corporations, and aviation and vendor employees, recovering over $7 million dollars in restitution for the airport. Prior to joining the Miami-Dade County OIG, Ms. Williams held supervisory and investigative positions with various agencies with the State of Florida, including the Department of Revenue, the Department of Children and Families, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, and the Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Ms. Williams is a Certified Inspector General Investigator and is a member of the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Legal Studies from Nova Southeastern University and a Master of Science Degree in Management with a Justice Administration concentration focused on Organizational Culture and Behavior from St. Thomas University. Ms. Williams also has a Paralegal certificate from the University of Miami.
Deputy Inspector General
Bradford J. Garvey serves as the Deputy Inspector General of the Independent Procurement Review Division for City of Atlanta Office of the Inspector General. With 20 years of experience in legal support, program evaluation, governmental audit, internal audit, and fraud examination, Mr. Garvey has worked with federal, state, and local entities in areas related to program management and procurement review. Prior to joining the Independent Procurement Review Team, Mr. Garvey served as a Director of Internal Audit at the State of Georgia Department of Community Affairs where he implemented an internal audit function and conducted risk assessments, performance audits, monitoring efforts, investigations, and internal control reviews. Prior to working at the State, Mr. Garvey spent over six years at the City of Atlanta City Auditor’s Office as a Senior Performance Auditor and Performance Audit Manager and worked on a number of audits and investigations spanning various city entities and programs. Mr. Garvey is a Certified Inspector General and holds certifications in internal audit, risk management assurance, fraud examination, government audit, and construction audit. He is a member of the Association of Inspectors General, the Institute of Internal Auditors, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, and the National Association of Construction Auditors. Mr. Garvey holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from Emory University and a Master of Public Administration with a Policy Analysis and Evaluation concentration from the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University.
Director of Information and Outreach
Felecia Henderson serves as the Inspector General Director of Information and Outreach for the City of Atlanta Office of the Inspector General. With 10 years of experience in strategic communications, media relations, and community engagement, Ms. Henderson has worked across public, private, and not-for-profit sectors. Prior to joining the City of Atlanta, she designed and implemented communications initiatives for the Jackson Health Foundation (JHF). In this role Ms. Henderson worked with trademark attorneys to secure logo creatives and content for all public facing donor initiatives, redesigned the Foundation’s website and marketing materials, and worked across the organization in creating and leading the Foundation’s marketing-communications team, ultimately increasing JHF’s presence with local and regional audiences. Prior to JHF, she served as Associate Director of Public Affairs for Nova Southeastern University leading strategic communications, and community engagement initiatives for the Offices of the President and Provost, and several academic divisions and business units. Ms. Henderson holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration from California State University, Dominguez Hills, a Master of Science Degree in Sports Administration from St. Thomas University, and a Doctor of Education Degree with dual majors in Higher Education and Organizational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.
Roslynn Anderson serves as the Business Manager for the City of Atlanta Office of the Inspector General. Ms. Anderson previously worked as the Administrative Operations Specialist for the DeKalb County Environmental Health Division. In this role, she provided administrative support to the Division Health Director, served on the Senior Management Team, and supervised a team of seven administrative clerks that provided administrative support to forty Environmental Health Inspectors. Before DeKalb County, Ms. Anderson enjoyed a thirty-year career as a State of Georgia employee, where she worked for agencies including the Department of Human Resources, the DeKalb Regional Board, and the Office of the Attorney General. She holds a bachelor’s degree in administrative management from Clayton State University, and two master’s degrees, in business administration with a concentration in human resources and public administration with a concentration in government, from Keller School of Management at DeVry University.