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Wednesday May 25th, 2016 3:08PM

Leadership Jackson Class of 2014 graduates

By Staff
JEFFERSON - Nineteen community and professional leaders graduated the Leadership Jackson program recently. <br /> <br /> The principle purpose of Leadership Jackson County, sponsored by the Jackson County Area Chamber of Commerce, is to build a network of community leaders who can "enhance their problem solving skills and leadership abilities through shared perspectives and by working together." Over the years,more than 300 have graduated. <br /> <br /> "The relationships I formed during the year I went through Leadership Jackson are lasting to this day. We were able to connect on a professional and a personal level," said Tricia Massey, Marketing Director, Northridge Medical Center. "The knowledge I gained in so many sectors of the community is irreplaceable."<br /> <br /> The Class of 2014 created and implemented a fundraiser called Tug of Love, a tug of war competition in which proceeds benefited Wellspring Camp. Wellspring Camp is a camp for children and adults with developmental disabilities and special needs.<br /> <br /> This year's graduates are:<br /> <br /> David Boring-Woodtec Millwork, Inc. <br /> Paul Brown-Jackson County Habitat for Humanity<br /> Leigh Carroll-Jackson County Chamber of Commerce<br /> Maura Cobb-Northridge Medical Center<br /> <br /> Michael Faulkner-Legacy Landscape Management<br /> Wayne Garrison-South State Bank<br /> Jim Hix-Jackson County Board of Commissioners<br /> Ross Kesterson-Restore Pros<br /> <br /> Chris Lane-Southern Power Company<br /> Janis Mangum-Jackson County Sheriff's Department<br /> Flint McCullough-Georgia Power<br /> Terri Parker-Gwinnett Technical College<br /> <br /> Amie Pirkle-City of Jefferson<br /> Logan Propes-Jackson County<br /> Nancy Rhodes-Adornare Salon<br /> Sarina Roth-Never the Rock Photography<br /> <br /> Judy Smith-Jackson County Water and Sewage Authority<br /> Russell Stafford-Southeast Toyota Distributors<br /> James Wascher-City of Commerce<br /> <br /> Chosen for membership in the Class of 2015 are:<br /> <br /> Andre Aguilar - Co-Owner/Partner, A & S Septic and Backhoe Services, LLC<br /> Elizabeth Evans - Assistant Manager, Tanger Outlet Center<br /> Kevin Keller - Planning & Development Director, Town of Braselton<br /> <br /> Jacqueline Lister - Wealth Advisory Associate, Morgan Stanley <br /> Jennifer Nicholson - Practice Administrator, Northeast Georgia Physicians Group <br /> Carmen Poblet
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