Gwinnett Young Professionals Leadership Institute kicks off Fall 2019-2020 class

Gwinnett Young Professionals Leadership Institute kicks off Fall 2019-2020 class

Gwinnett Young Professionals is pleased to announce its newest Leadership Institute class, which kicks off on August 20. More than 50 high-potential young professionals will be a part of the 2019-2020 cohort.

“Great leaders do not happen by accident,” said Gwinnett Chamber President & CEO Nick Masino. “In order for Gwinnett County to remain competitive, it is important to invest in the leaders of tomorrow, today.”

An initiative of the Gwinnett Chamber, Gwinnett Young Professionals Leadership Institute (GYPLI) provides an eight-month deep dive into leadership principles. Participants will hear insights from educational experts as well as learn first-hand from regional leaders. Examples of topics covered in the program include emotional intelligence, performance management, influence and power and strategic leadership.

“In less than a year, more than half of our workforce will be comprised of millennials,” said Gwinnett Young Professionals Coordinator Jessica Stewart. “We look forward to being a part of these individuals’ success as they advance into leadership roles across metro Atlanta.”

To learn more about the Gwinnett Young Professionals portfolio or to be considered for a future class, visit gwinnettyoungprofessionals.com.

Introducing Gwinnett Young Professionals Leadership Institute Class of 2019-2020:

Adam Pervis Micromeritics Instrument Corporation
Alex Herring Price Industries, Inc.
Allison Geary Marlow’s Tavern
Amber Walton Partnership Against Domestic Violence
Andrew Green Green Financial Resources, LLC
Anna Motuz EB Medicine
Ansley Jones Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce
Ashley Gauthier Asa Carlton, Inc.
Avery Simmons City of Sugar Hill
Brandon Hofstead Pond
Brian Easley Mahaffey Pickens Tucker, LLP
Briana Mink Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Brittany Partridge Andersen, Tate, & Carr, P.C.
Camilo Marin JR Hobbs
Caroline McKeon American Cancer Society
Chris Swinson Rocket IT
Claire Gordon BB&T
Colin Hartnett eHire
Danielle Smith Infinite Energy Center
Dee Driver Gwinnett County Public Library
Ebony Irvin Experis Engineering
Haleigh Staalner Explore Gwinnett
Hallie Willis Andersen, Tate, & Carr, P.C.
Heather Bellew Mosaic Georgia, Inc.
Henry Huang Garrard Group
James Holloway Atlanta Gladiators
Janelle Pierce Gwinnett Technical College
Jeremy Meyer Fusion Electrical Services
Jesse Hogan Shuma, LLC
Jocelyn Wykoff Athens Orthopedic Clinic
John McDonough Kaiser Permanente
Kameron Phillips JP Morgan Chase
Kashara Moorman Waffle House, Inc.
Kate Bohannon Winton Machine Company
Kim Lane-Torrez Network 1 Consulting
Kimber Mann Micromeritics Instrument Corporation
Lilly Shneibaum Infinite Energy Center
Lindsey Hogan The Edge Agency
M.E. Feiman Precision Planning, Inc.
Mafubo Ujeneza Hire Dynamics, LLC
Mandee Harvey Luckie & Company
Nathaly Loaiza CAL Industries Heat and Air, LLC
Robyn Sanders Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Sam Jones RESJ, PC
Samantha Guley Marlow’s Tavern
Sara Heady Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce
Savannah Dudley Halski Systems, LLC
Shaunieka Taylor Gwinnett County Government
Stephanie Rice PrideStaff
Thomas Slayton Winton Machine Company
Tyler Lasser Gwinnett County Department of Planning
W. Flynt Barksdale Pond
Zachary G. Puckett Pond

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