Last week, Dawson County Chamber of Commerce President Mandy Power was among three area leaders recognized at a state-wide conference in Jekyll Island.
Power and two other chamber leaders from neighboring counties received their recognitions during the annual Georgia Association of Chambers of Commerce conference that took place from July 7-9.
Power was awarded a scholarship to attend the Centennial Institute for Organizational Management, which will be held in Athens in November. The institute for organizational management is the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s professional development program for chamber and nonprofit executives and focuses on all facets of running their respective organizations.
In addition to Power, the Georgia Association of Chambers of Commerce recognized Briana Cantrell, communications and information director of the White County Chamber of Commerce, and Julie Paysen, president of the Toccoa-Stephens County Chamber of Commerce.