19 May The LSEGA 2022 program begins in Georgia coastal cities Brunswick, St. Simon’s Island and Darien.
Leadership Southeast Georgia Kicks Off 2022 Programming In Glynn and McIntosh Counties With A Focus On Natural Resources
“The three hosting cities, Brunswick, St. Simon’s Island, and Darien, are crucial to this area’s economy,” said Callaway. “It was fitting that our first session was held in these historic seaside locales.”
Speakers included Dr. Heather Farley and Dr. Don Mathews of the College of Coastal Georgia School of Business & Public Management; Adam Mackinnon, education coordinator at the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve; JR Grovner, Sapelo resident and tour guide; Yvonne Grovner, master basket weaver and Sapelo resident; Brooks Good with Coastal Outdoor Adventures; Kate Karwacki with McIntosh County Commission; Terry Louk, President and CEO of Coastal Area District Development Authority; and Stephanie Knox, preserve manager with Cannon’s Point Preserve, St. Simons Land Trust.
To learn more about the LSEGA program, visit: https://www.lsega.com/
Leadership Southeast Georgia is a five-month, region-wide program designed to equip, empower and connect community leaders to most effectively advance positive growth and improve the quality of life in the southeast Georgia region. The executive board and program participants represent a variety of industries across Bryan, Bulloch, Camden, Chatham, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, Long, McIntosh, and Screven counties. From February through June, the class spends two to three days a month traveling to surrounding counties exploring regional issues such as healthcare, education, natural resources, economic development, and transportation. For more information, visit the LSEGA website.
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