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Congratulations to the Leadership Columbia County Class of 2023

Congratulations to the Leadership Columbia County Class of 2023

Congratulations to the Leadership Columbia County Class of 2023

The Graduating Leadership Columbia County Class of 2023 includes:

Laura Adamski, Legacy Homes of Georgia, LLC

Scott Anderson, U.S. Army Cyber School

Natalie Armstrong, ADP

Carlene A.S. Blanding, Shaw Industries Group, Inc.

Stephanie Boyett

Logan A. Brown, Fulcher Hagler LLP

Darrell K. Butler, Columbia County Chamber of Commerce

Amy Christian, Dickinson Architects

Samantha Corujo, Dahlia Salon + Spa / Summer House Realty

Christopher Crozier

Ronica Cummings

Benjamin Dieterich, Ellefson Transportation Group

Alexis Steed Foust, BHHS Beazley, REALTORS®

Jody Gorham, Doctors Hospital of Augusta

Alex Griffin, MCG Foundation

Kimberly Hensley, TaxSlayer

Zachary Kafoglis, Columbia County District Attorney Office

Trey Kennedy, SRP Federal Credit Union

Ronnie Kurtz, City of Grovetown

Sheldon L. Moorer, SOFtact Solutions LLC

Tim Perry, Columbia County School District

Fancy Peterson, Columbia County Community Connections

Steven Prather, Columbia County Board of Commissioners

Angie Rainier, Aegis Therapies

Amy Richardson, Richardson Professional Solutions

Dr. Jamyle Searcy, New Direction Christian Center

David C. Shaver, The Cleveland Group, CPAs

Hammad D. Sheikh, Wright McLeod Attorneys

Kelly Tyson, Columbia County School District

This program is presented by TaxSlayer. 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 year, the class picks a community service project. Leadership Columbia County Class of 2023 felt a personal connection to focus on substance misuse for their class project. Due to the rise in fentanyl overdoses, the stigma behind receiving treatment, and the need to bring awareness to issues surrounding substance misuse, Hope House was selected as the recipient of the class' efforts because of its one-of-a-kind view of treatment and holistic approach to serving both women and their families while undergoing treatment and therapy. 
In December, the class sponsored a toy drive to make sure all the children would wake up with toys on Christmas morning. Over 100 new toy donations were delivered. In addition to the toy drive, the class raised over $10,000 for Hope House. These funds will be used to make much needed renovations to the intake area, supply new refrigerators to the nursery areas, and purchase dining tables for the families to dine together in the dining facility. LCC Class of 2023 is proud and honored to be able to make a difference in the lives of these women and children and to further the belief that healing involves the entire family. LCC Class of 2023 now considers itself a part of the Hope House family.


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