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Albany professionals enhance leadership skills through chamber program

16 professionals graduated the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce's Institute for Leader Development. (Source:WALB) 16 professionals graduated the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce's Institute for Leader Development. (Source:WALB)
The program pairs professionals with mentors to learn about leadership skills. (Source:WALB) The program pairs professionals with mentors to learn about leadership skills. (Source:WALB)
The graduation was held at Wynfield Plantation. (Source:WALB) The graduation was held at Wynfield Plantation. (Source:WALB)
Stephen Harrell, Graduate (Source:WALB) Stephen Harrell, Graduate (Source:WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Some Albany professionals are enhancing their leadership skills.
    

Thursday night, 16 professionals graduated from the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce Institute for Leader Development.
Stephen Harrell says going through the program will make him a better manager at his CPA firm.

"Well I want to be a great employee to my company but also an asset to the community,” said Stephen Harrell, Manager at Draffin & Tucker. “I have my family here and intend to stay here anyway I can help the community out will benefit both the community and my family.”

The professionals were paired with mentors to learn more about leadership, networking, and strategic planning.
Here are the full list of graduates:

 Stephen Harrell, Draffin & Tucker

Jason Percy, Kings Mark Private Financial Advisors

Chase Harvard, AB&T National Bank

Chris Courson, SASCO Chemical Group, INC

Adam Hutchins, Hutchins Clenney Rumsey Huckaby, PC

Julie Dennison, Marine Corps Installations East

Marcia Smith, Marine Corps Installations East

Sabrina Caldwell, Marine Corps Installations East

Jill Creech, SB&T

Steven Pruitt, Watson Spence

Tim Barbree, Easter Seals of Southern Georgia

Cory Lee, Central Monitoring Services

Daa’iyah Salaam, Albany Technical College

Payne Hughes Jr., Thrush Aircraft, Inc.

Emily Dent, Maulding & Jenkins, CPA

Kristen Schuette, Albany Convention & Visitors Bureau

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