The Nassau County Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the students for Leadership Nassau Class 22. This nine-month program cultivates leadership skills, educates participants on the area’s most critical issues, and prepares students with the information, tools, and skills needed to help address these challenges and make an impactful difference in our community.
The Leadership Nassau Class 22 participants are Nicola Barnack (Barnabas Center, Inc.), Kimberly Burnsed (Nassau County Property Appraiser’s Office), Thomas Coleman (RYAM), Kimberly Corbett (Town of Hilliard), Maurie Duggar (Amelia Island Convention & Visitors Bureau), Sean Duncan (COMCAST/Effectv), Darron England (WestRock), Charleston Garrett (First Port City Bank), David Gregors (Guardian ad Litem Program), Laurie Holmes (Little Lambs Child Care Center), Doug Hurley (RethinkWork Consulting & Coaching), Jennifer Kirouac (First Horizon Bank), Anthony Lombardi (Nassau County Board of County Commissioners), Elaine Roberts (Omni Amelia Island Resort), Hannah Ross (City of Fernandina Beach), Lisa Sanborn (First Federal Bank), Carol Saviak (Florida Power & Light Company), Dionna Sowers (Nassau Humane Society 2nd Chance), Jeffery Tambasco (Fernandina Beach Police Department), Dunia Taylor (REMI Realty), Stephanie Triola (New York Life), and Richard Turner (Florida State College at Jacksonville).
For additional information about the Leadership Nassau program, CLICK HERE or email Lynne Starling, Leadership Nassau Coordinator, at Lynne@NassauCountyFLChamber.com.
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