The 34th Class of Leadership Gwinnett Graduates

Thirty-nine community leaders graduated from Leadership Gwinnett this month and joined the other 1,158 alumni. This group also raised $10,000 for the Leadership Gwinnett Scholarship Fund.

“I entered into the Leadership Gwinnett program already in a leadership position and feeling like I was doing the most I could. My growth felt capped,” said Phil Sadd, Peachtree Corners City Council Member, Leadership Gwinnett Class of 2019. “Leadership Gwinnett was the key to unlocking my growth. Because of the connections I’ve made and things I’ve learned, my potential has been expanded.”
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Meet Douglas Johnson, Our New Tri-Chair

Dr. C. Douglas Johnson, (LG 2016) is a Professor of Leadership and Management at Georgia Gwinnett College. He has previously served on the Education Day & Building Community Leaders Day Committees and we're excited to announce his new role with Leadership Gwinnett as our Tri Chair. Enjoy learning more about Doug!

LG: Why is leadership important to you?Doug: The individuals in positions of influence shape the trajectory of an organization, community, or family. That's why it is important to have leaders in place that effectively use their head, heart, and hands to build relationships and strategically shape the future. Read more


Upcoming events

June 11: Boardwalk: Advance to GO with Community Engagement

Sept. 25-27 & Nov. 13-15: Glance Gwinnett

Lawrenceville BTS recap

Over 45 alumni & grads attended our Behind-the-Scenes Tour of Lawrenceville. The group heard from Chuck Warbington, Lawrenceville City Manager, on Gwinnett's largest redevelopment project and toured the new 'City View' development. 

Did you know Lawrenceville is spending $200M to redevelop? They are expecting to finish the South Lawn Mixed-Use Project in the fall of 2019!

Speaking engagements

Looking for a way to support us for free? Let us come speak to your Rotary Club, Kiwanis Club, Church, Fraternity/Sorority, employees, etc.

We would love to share Leadership Gwinnett's story and how the 35-year-old, award-winning program continues to intentionally educate, equip, and engage Gwinnett's leaders.