Columbia County Chamber Unveils Leadership Columbia County Class of 2020
Wednesday, August 14th, 2019
The Columbia County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the Leadership Columbia County Class of 2020.
The 10-month long leadership program is managed by the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce. A highly informative and engaging program, it is designed to expose businesses and area leaders to the opportunities and challenges facing our community, promote and foster the development of leadership, and educate and prepare community leaders who are committed to shaping Columbia County’s future.
Each month, the participants experience topics concerning our community, including economic development, education, media, healthcare, government, diversification, military and law enforcement.
The Leadership Columbia County Class of 2020 includes:
Jeff Barrow, Budget Blinds of Grovetown
Jillian Begin, Doctors Hospital
Wade Caldwell, Augusta University
Jeremy Cope, Doctors Hospital
Tom D’Abruzzo, BrandStorm Promotions
Rhonda Davis, Goodwyn Mills Cawood
Becky Dearden, SME CPAs
Katie J. Douglas, Queensborough National Bank and Trust
Jacob Elliott, Brandon Wilde
Scott Farlow, John Deere
Ben Guest, University Health System
Ashley Hock Smith, The Pinnacle Club
Kyria Jefferies, BHHS Beazley, REALTORS
Heather Johnson, The Augusta Chronicle
Brandy Jones, Harlem Merchants Association
Kari L. Jones, Augusta University Medical Center
Colby Kukelski, Rhodes Law Firm, P.C.
Rachel Moore, Ellefson Transportation Group
Jim Mumford, Pediatric Partners of Augusta
Thomas Parrott, Cranston Engineering
Jessica Pharr, Print It!
Lindsey Rosenlieb, University Health Care System
Jenny Samuelson, Meybohm Real Estate
Susan See, Nothing Bundt Cakes
Stephanie Sharpe, SRP
Van Simpson, South State Bank
Brooks Smith, Columbia County Schools
Erik Smith, Chick-fil-A at Grovetown
Amy Sowinski, Clean ‘N Brite Home Improvements
Quynh Spicer, Harlem Family Dental
Jason Stott, Georgia Power
Zack Teffeteller, Edward Jones Investments
Daniel Wilson, Total Comfort Solutions
Kayla Wilson, Sherman & Hemstreet Real Estate
Each Leadership class collaborates on a project to address a specific concern in our community. Past class projects have included the Give a Pair Share a Pair project, which provided socks and underwear to indigent students, and the creation of Bingo de Mayo, a fundraiser to assist When Help Can’t Wait, a nonprofit that provides assistance to nursing home residents.