After six months of training, Leadership Bryan, a program of the Richmond Hill/Bryan County Chamber of Commerce, announces the 2016 graduating class.
Leadership Bryan is a countywide program designed to bring together a diverse group of potential leaders and provide a forum for sharing viewpoints on the needs of Bryan County. The class mission is to develop a new generation of leadership to enhance the future of Bryan County.
This year, 20 participants spent one day a month learning about topics that effect Bryan County such, education, economic development, history, environment and transportation. All of the participants live or work in Bryan County. The 2016 chairman of Leadership Bryan is Trace Palmer, who also serves on the RHBC Chamber Executive Board, Board of Directors and the Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival Committee.
The cost of the program is $450 for Chamber members and $650 for non-members. For information on next year’s program, please visit: http://www.rhbcchamber.org/Leadership-Bryan.53.0.html.
2016 Leadership Bryan graduates:
Scott Allison, City of Richmond Hill
Emily Cannon, Coastal Electric
Sissy Dixon, Gulfstream
Ted Echols, Echols Law Group, P.C.
Erin Fountain, Re/Max Accent
Kevin Keith, Plantation Lumber & Hardware
Angel McBride, Holtzman Insurance
Bivins Miller, Bryan County Schools
Chuck Moss, Ft. Stewart/HAAF
Amy Murphy, Fraser Counseling Center
Jeff Nielsen, Jeff’s Beverage
Sara Norwood, Ameris Bank
Jessica Ochoa, Fairway Independent Mortgage
Ashley Roberts, Lesley Francis PR
Marianne Schofield, Ford Plantation
Phillip Scroggin, Hargray, Georgia Inc.
Christy Sherman, Richmond Hill Visitors Bureau
David Southerland, Ft. Stewart/HAAF
Renthia Richardson, Ft. Stewart/HAAF
Caitlin Young, Richmond Hill City Center