Nominations open for 2014-15 Leadership Cobb Class
January 09, 2014 12:00 AM | 1166 views | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Leadership Cobb, the Cobb Chamber of Commerce’s leadership development program, is seeking nominations for members of the 2014-15 class.

Class members will be selected from business, industry, education, government and other professions, as well as from volunteer, civic and religious organizations. Leadership Cobb, which is in its 31st year, develops leadership skills and promotes professional and personal growth through experiential learning opportunities. Class members are introduced to a variety of viewpoints, illustrating the array of economic, political, educational and social factors at work in Cobb County. Leadership Cobb program days combine lectures and dialogue with speakers, as well as class member interaction with leaders representing all facets of the Cobb community.

Nominees should be able to assume increased community responsibilities, as the program demands significant time and effort for 10 consecutive months. Attendance is mandatory for all regularly scheduled events, which usually are conducted one day per month, plus two-day retreats in the fall and spring and periodic evening sessions. The program begins fall 2014 and runs through spring 2015.

The deadline for nominations is Feb. 14. Fill out a nomination form online at www.cobbchamber.org or fax the nominee’s name, title, employer, mailing address, email address and business or mobile telephone number to Michele Bickerstaff at (770) 763-4295.

Bonnie Buckner Reavis with Zenith Design Group, Inc. and Stewart Carlin with Accounting Consultants of Cobb will be co-chairs for the 2014-15 program year. Joining the Leadership Cobb team as vice co-chairs are Chris Rideout of Croy Engineering and Dena Rodrigues of Excalibur Home Management. WellStar is the 2014-15 Leadership Cobb program presenting sponsor.

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