Augusta Metro Chamber to Host Region Executives for 2021 Leadership Augusta Executive Forum

Posted By: Kathryn Freemon News Releases,

The Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce is pleased to host 16 community leaders and their spouses for the 2021 Leadership Augusta Executive Forum, an introduction to the region for chief executives particularly those who may be new to the Augusta area.  The 2021 Leadership Augusta Executive Forum programs runs from April 28th – May 1st.  


Leadership Augusta Executive Forum invites a small group of participants from Augusta area businesses, government, and nonprofit organizations and presents an overview of life in the Augusta area and encourages frank and open discussion of important problems and issues.  The Executive Forum will help these executives identify opportunities for contributing their leadership skills to the community.


Participants of the Leadership Augusta Executive Forum Class of 2021 include Amy Breitmann, Director, Golden Harvest Food Bank; Cal Wray, President, Augusta Economic Development; Eric Toler, Director, Georgia Cyber Center; Jason Cuevas, Vice President-East Region, Georgia Power; Dr. Jermaine Whirl, President, Augusta Tech; COL Jim Clifford, City Administrator, City of North Augusta; Dr. Jorge Cortes, Director, Georgia Cancer Center at AU; Katrina Keefer, CEO, Augusta University Health; Dr. Kenneth Bradshaw, Superintendent, Richmond County School System; MG Neil Hersey, Commander, Cyber Center of Excellence and Fort Gordon, Fort Gordon, GAProvost Neil MacKinnon, Provost of Academic Affairs, Augusta University; Odie Donald, City Administrator, Augusta-Richmond County; Dr. Robert Campbell, Founder/Executive Director, Christ Community Health Services; Dr. Tanya Sudia, Dean/Associate VP for Academic Affairs, Augusta University; Tim Kosiba, NSA Deputy Director, National Security Administration; and Karen Kafoglis, Vice President of Sales, Carole Fabrics.




About Leadership Augusta Executive Forum:

Executive Forum began in 1994 to allow key businesspeople in Metro Augusta to participate in the timely program.  These individuals have created lasting networks that have proven essential to creating a vital, positive community for current and future generations.  Graduates from this program will join the ranks of all Leadership Augusta Alumni who have acquired the skills, knowledge, and passion necessary to participate fully in the life of this community.


Media Contact:

Kathryn Freemon, Communications Coordinator

Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce