The Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce is hosting virtual leadership programs this Wednesday and on Oct. 28 with tickets available to both Chamber members and the public.

The "Leadership Lessons," presented by Reinhardt University, will be held online via a webinar platform.

“The Leadership Lessons programs will feature four speakers who will share thought provoking information to be used both on the job and in life,” said Chamber Chairman David Simmons, vice president of facilities at Chattahoochee Technical College. Speakers will include Cathy Cox, dean and professor of law at Mercer University; Tony Daniel, associate professor at Reinhardt; Keith Parker, president and CEO of Goodwill of North Georgia and Amanda Wilbanks, founder and CEO of Southern Baked Pie Co.

"The Chamber is excited to partner with Reinhardt University on this impactful event that provides opportunities for seasoned leaders to refocus while also encouraging emerging leaders to better grasp their leadership potential," Chamber President and CEO Pam Carnes said.

Attendees may choose to register for one or both session of Leadership Lessons. Each session is 9-11"30 a.m. The cost is $60 for Chamber members who register for both sessions and $40 for Chamber members who register for one session. Non-members may attend both sessions for $80 or one session for $60. Additional sponsors who are making this event possible in addition to Reinhardt University are session sponsors Georgia Power Company and Kaiser Permanente. Event details, along with speaker bio information and registration, are available online at CherokeeChamber.com or by calling the Chamber office at 770-345-0400.

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