The Newnan-Coweta Chamber has announced the members of its 2018-2019 Leadership Coweta class.
Believing that strong leadership is an essential ingredient in the continuing development of a community, the chamber offers Leadership Coweta to provide existing and emerging leaders with unique opportunities to enhance their civic knowledge of Coweta County, to sharpen their leadership skills and to network with leaders from across the community.
For more than 20 years, the program has provided participants a better understanding of how the community works, the opportunity to build relationships with the region’s leaders and inspiration to use their talents to serve the community.
Those chosen for the program this year include Volita Almon, West Georgia Technical College; William Atkins, The Salvation Army; Justin Austin, Cancer Treatment Centers of America; Scott Berta, Tree Protection Supply; Michelle Bright, Paramount Hospitality; Hal Brodnax, Cancer Treatment Centers of America; Betsy Burnette, Newnan Utilities; Amanda Camp, Coweta CASA, Inc.; Andrew Copeland, Iron Planet; Jennifer Garcia, Newnan-Coweta Chamber; Kristina Hajzak, Fidelity Bank; Harlan Hammack, IB4E Coaching; Beth Headley, United Bank; Renee Horton, Renee Horton Agency, LLC; Jim Ivey, Streams Group; Kalea James, Fidelity Bank; LeCorey Johnson, Wide Open West (NuLink); Janiene Mallory, Kaiser Permanente; Matthew Markham, Georgia Department of Economic Development; Kim Melhouse, Tiernan & Patrylo; Jem Morris, Georgia Power Company; Anissa Patton, Fulton County Office of the Child Attorney; Dub Pearman, Senoia City Councilman Post 2; Ken Pinkerton, Grenzebach Corporation; Latha Ravi, The Flying Locksmiths; Jay Rice, Georgia Pain and Spine Care; J.J. Thomasson, 75 Jackson Properties; Jeff Treadwell, Buffalo Rock; Jason Walton, Foundation Christian Church; Trae Westmoreland, Coweta County Development Authority; and Monica Yeoman, West Georgia Technical College.
Amanda Fields and Joe Crain III are serving as this year’s Leadership Coweta co-chairs, and the theme for the 2018-2019 program is “Strengths Based Leadership.”