The Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce has selected the Leadership Cherokee Class of 2014. This represents the 26th year of the program which focuses on a broad range of topics such as economic development, infrastructure, government, justice, education, recreation, tourism, public safety, health care and social/human services.
The goal of the program is to prepare members for a more active role in the Cherokee County community. Acceptance into the program is based on nomination by a firm, an organization or individual. Following the nomination period, nominees are asked to complete a detailed application to be submitted to the Chamber office. Applicants are then interviewed by a panel of Chamber volunteers and Leadership Cherokee Alumni who select the incoming class.
The 2014 class and their affiliated organization is –
John Barker, Delphi Global Technology
Michele Beal, March of Dimes
Lori Bray, Allstate Insurance – The Bray Agency
Anne Dropp, Kaiser Permanente
Karen Fegely, Bethesda Community Clinic, Inc.
Kelley Johnson, Reinhardt University
Charity Kemp, Cherokee County Department of Family & Children Services
Vic Knight, Waste Management
Stacy Lind, WellStar Health System
Jason B. Lingerfelt, Attorney at Law
Katrin Meiser, Cherokee County
Matt Menerey. Mauldin & Jenkins, LLC
Neely Motiejunas, Cherokee Recreation & Parks Agency
Wesley Pals, Goshen Valley Boys Ranch
Hanna Pintozzi, American Book Company
Cheryl Ruffer, Give a Kid a Chance
Rick Steiner, Rick Steiner & Associates
Brian Stockton, Woodstock Office of Economic Development
Matthew Thomas, City of Canton
Shannon Wallace, Cherokee County District Attorney’s Office
For those interested in future classes, contact the Cherokee Chamber of Commerce at 770-345-0400 or visit www.cherokeechamber.com.
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