District 1 President
The Coca-Cola Company
Phil Mooney served as archivist/historian for The Coca-Cola Company from 1977-2013. A native of Lowell, Massachusetts, he worked as an archivist at the Balch Institute in Philadelphia and at Syracuse University before coming to Atlanta. He holds an undergraduate degree from Boston College and a Masters from Syracuse University.
In his role as archivist for The Coca-Cola Company, Phil did numerous media interviews regarding the history of the brand and the Company. Among his appearances were three segments on the Today show as well as appearances on the Food Network, History Channel, PBS, CNBC, BBC and CNN. He also developed two historical museums for The Coca-Cola Company in 1990 and 2007. Both versions of The World of Coca-Cola have consistently attracted more than 1 million visitors per year.
Phil is a Fellow of the Society of American Archivists and the Society of Georgia Archivists. He has written extensively on business archives in the United States and has taught a course on establishing business archives for over 20 years.
He has served as a Board Member at the Atlanta History Center and the Coca-Cola Alumni Association. He currently works as a volunteer at the Archdiocese of Atlanta Archives one day a week.
He joined the St. Vincent de Paul Society at Holy Family Catholic Church in 2013. He has worked as a Caseworker since that date. He has been President of that Conference since 2015
Phil and his wife, Kathy, reside in Roswell, Georgia.