All posts by: Logan Serrano

About Logan Serrano

Adjustments to Leadership Gwinnett Program Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic Few would have predicted the widespread impact COVID-19 would have on our state, nation and world. In a matter of months, almost every facet of life has been challenged forcing individuals and organizations to adapt to new ways of thinking and operating. In Gwinnett County and the […]

Leadership Gwinnett Staying the Course The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered uncertainty and complications in our community that you no-doubt have been wrestling with over recent weeks. We know it has been hard. This medical crisis is unprecedented. But know that despite these stormy and uncharted waters, Leadership Gwinnett is here to champion leadership. Now, more […]

Leadership Gwinnett is just the beginning. When you graduate, you join a connected group of alumni and gain access to exclusive programming designed to continue educating, equipping, and engaging our community’s leaders. Graduates of our 2.5-day program, Glance Gwinnett, can also take advantage of our alumni programming. Some of our most popular alumni events are […]

Before relocating to Gwinnett, my engineering career afforded me the opportunity to work with Gwinnett County for nearly 20 years on new and innovative water infrastructure projects. I learned more about Gwinnett and the great school system while going through ARC’s Regional Leadership Institute (RLI) in 2011 with a handful of Leadership Gwinnett alumni. I […]

I attended Glance in January of 2017. This was at the urging of my employer, GeoHydro Engineers. I was newly employed and they suggested that it would be a great way to learn more about the community I lived in and that our company did business with. We help build all sorts of projects from […]

Bruce Hardy, Pastor of Administration and CFO of Cross Pointe Church, attended Glance Gwinnett in February 2019. This is his story of how the program inspired him, called him to make a move, and in turn, changed the life of a high school student. “I recently participated in the Glance Gwinnett program and had the […]

  Duluth, Georgia (June 15, 2017) Forty leaders have been selected to Leadership Gwinnett Class of 2018, Gwinnett’s premier and most sustained community leadership program for business, civic, and community leaders. This 33rd class will delve into the many sectors of Gwinnett – infrastructure, economics, education, health and human services, justice, and regional relations. These […]

It is easy to get excited about a vision, but often, visions don’t get translated into action. As community leaders, we are tasked with turning visions into reality and making actions happen. It is our responsibility to properly plan and delegate as to prevent group energy from being wasted on nonproductive tasks. A simple guideline […]

Making time to volunteer can benefit you as well as the people you are helping. Volunteering allows you to meet new people, learn new skills, gain confidence, make a difference, become part of the community and have fun all at the same time. As a business, even encouraging your employees to engage in volunteering can boost loyalty […]