About Nicole George

In November of 2018 Nicole George was elected to represent the people of District 21 on the Louisville Metro Council. The District includes Beechmont, Southside, Southland Park, Iroquois, and Lynnview.

In 2019, she serves as Vice Chair of the Metro Council's Appropriations Committee. She is also a member of the Economic Development and labor, Public Works, and Parks and Sustainablity Committees.

Nicole has spent her career working with families to improve child safety and wellbeing.  For the last 15 years, Nicole has worked as a public servant delivering both frontline services in child protection and holding an array of child welfare administrative roles. These jobs have focused on organization improvement, policy analysis, and project management.

Nicole spearheaded a statewide initiative to reduce trauma and enhance behavioral health services for children in foster care.  Nicole is professionally trained to use available assets to drive positive change.  Nicole values the ability of community to enhance the lives of all its citizens and support them in reaching their potential.

Nicole brings fresh ethical leadership to her neighbors in Metro District 21.  Her vision includes a plan to increase economic development and security, improve educational outcomes, and strengthen neighborhood safety.

Nicole, a life-long resident of the Southend of Louisville, has been married for almost two decades to small business owner and IBEW, Local 369 member, Ricky George.  

Nicole brings a vast array of volunteer experiences through organizations such as the Beechmont Neighborhood Association; Big Brothers/Big Sisters; Hazelwood Family Resource Center Advisory Board; the state and Louisville boards of the League of Women Voters; Louisville Democratic Executive Committee; Emerge Kentucky; the Metropolitan Women’s Political Caucus and the South Louisville Community Ministries.

Nicole George, an avid runner and outdoor enthusiast, is committed to serve the citizens of Metro Council District 21 through her leadership in economic growth and maintaining the beauty of our Metro 21 District.