The Nassau County Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the students for Leadership Nassau Class 21.
Attendees include: Davis Bean (The Fiorentino Group), Summer Bias (Amelia Island Museum of History), Connor Fasel (Story & Song Bookstore Bistro), Lisa Finkelstein (Fernandina Beach Main Street), Chason Forehand (Pineland Bank), Jeremiah Glisson (City of Fernandina Beach), Holly Graf (Nassau County Property Appraiser), John Henderson (Baptist Medical Center Nassau), Miriam Hill (Nassau County Ocean, Highway & Port Authority), Bill Howard (Nassau County Board of County Commissioners), David Jensen (WestRock), Jessie Ladson (Ladson Construction), Jeanevette Miranda (Rayonier Advanced Materials), Megan Pirrotta (Family Support Services of North Florida), Mia Roberts (Starting Point Behavioral Healthcare), Tina Scannell (Starting Point Behavioral Healthcare), Andrew Schmidt (Boys & Girls Clubs of Nassau County Foundation), Lynda Smith (Mary Kay Cosmetics), Pedro Tamayo (Baptist Health System), and Chelsea Waldron (Amelia Island Vacations).
Leadership Nassau assists in the development of community leaders by providing participants from diverse backgrounds with an understanding of the problems and issues facing the community. The program fosters the development of leadership skills and techniques in an environment that encourages the establishment of new relationships and communication networks between the participants.
The program begins with a day of team building activities, pushing the students to learn more about themselves while simultaneously developing relationships with fellow class members. Additional program days include Economic Development Day, Education, Justice and Law Enforcement Day, and West of I-95 Day. Over the course of a year, the students will complete a total of 10 Leadership Nassau program days. “The Leadership Nassau program gave me the knowledge I needed to better understand and serve my community. There is so much to learn and experience in the program, whether you've lived here for one year or forty”, said Joshua Whitfield, Amelia Island Museum of History, Leadership Nassau Class 19 graduate.
For more information about Leadership Nassau, click here or contact the Nassau County Chamber of Commerce at (904) 261-3248 or info@NassauCountyFLChamber.com.
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