Nassau County, FL (July 7, 2022) The Nassau County Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the graduates of Leadership Nassau Class 21.
This nine-month program cultivates leadership skills, educates participants on the area’s most critical issues, and prepares them with the information, tools and skills needed to help address these challenges in Nassau County.
Leadership Nassau Class 21 is comprised of 16 business leaders from Nassau County, representing various local industries including health care, manufacturing, government, and non-profit.
The Leadership Nassau Class 21 Graduates are Davis Bean (The Fiorentino Group), Summer Bias (Amelia Island Museum of History), Connor Fasel (Story & Song Bookstore Bistro/Fernandina Beach Pride, Inc.), Lisa Finkelstein (Fernandina Beach Main Street), Chason Forehand (Pineland Bank), Jeremiah Glisson (City of Fernandina Beach), Holly Graf (Nassau County Property Appraiser), John Henderson (Baptist Medical Center Nassau), Miriam Hill (Nassau County Ocean, Highway & Port Authority), Jeanevette Miranda (RYAM, formerly Rayonier Advanced Materials), Sherri Mitchell (Nassau County Economic Development Board), Tina Scannell (formerly Starting Point Behavioral Healthcare), Andrew Schmidt (Boys & Girls Clubs of Nassau County), Lynda Smith (Mary Kay Cosmetics), Pedro Tamayo IV, M.D. (Baptist Health System), and Chelsea Waldron (Amelia Island Vacations).
Applications for Leadership Nassau Class 22 have been received and next year’s class will be announced in the coming weeks. For more information about the program, visit the Chamber website at www.NassauCountyFLChamber.com or call (904) 261-3248.
Nassau County Chamber of Commerce is a membership-based association of Nassau County businesses, professional leaders and individuals working together to provide leadership which will aggressively promote and defend responsible economic growth, employment opportunities, government and excellence in education and quality of life.