Leadership Dublin-Laurens County Announces 2018-2019 Class
Leadership Dublin-Laurens County (LDLC) is proud to announce the 2018-2019 class participants.
LDLC identifies potential community leaders and provides them a platform to learn about various facets of the Laurens County area. The nine-month leadership development program is designed for professionals from a wide range of backgrounds who want to make a positive impact on the community. Participants gain crucial knowledge around Laurens County topics of: History Day, Serving Others, We the People, Economic Development, Tools for Leaders, Healthcare, Education, Tourism and Visions for the Future. LDLC offers structured learning opportunities in an atmosphere that stimulates creative thinking and encourages participants to work together to utilize both new and proven tools to meet the challenges of today and to prepare for tomorrow.
Upon the successful completion of the LDLC, graduates are informed and able to impact community needs through volunteer involvement.
Congratulations to the 2018-2019 Class:
Chelsea Adams, Fairview Park Hospital
Rob Crumpton, Erdrich USA
Hugh Darnley, Heart of GA Altamaha Regional Comm
Kelly Dean, Laurens Co Schools (ELE)
Jake Ellington, Morris Bank
Preston Forth, III (Tripp), US Foods
James (Jim) Huckfeldt, VAMC
Adam Lausch, Highpoint Investment Holdings, LLC
Monique Lewis, Easterseals Middle Georgia
Piper McAfee, Bank of Dudley
Candace McNeal, Bank of Dudley
Jenny Nash, Nichols, Cauley, Associates, LLC
Jamie Paulk, Twiggs Co. Public Schools
Jason Powell, Community Health Care Systems
Lee Radney, Oconee Fall Line Technical College
Courtney Rogers, Carl Vinson VAMC
Sean St. Clair, Farmer Furniture
Elsie Stevens, Christian, Kelly, Thigpen & Co, LLC
Kory Tokar, Morris Bank
Julie Wood, Serenity Hospice Cares
For more information please visit LeadershipDLC.com.