Cobb Young Professionals is a group within the Cobb Chamber of Commerce dedicated to the promotion and encouragement of young professionals in the work place.
The Cobb Chamber is always on the lookout for a group of savvy, diverse young professionals in their 20's and 30's that have strong educational backgrounds, a dedicated work ethic and a desire for career development strategy.
Through monthly meetings, young professionals will have an opportunity to network with other young professionals and hear talks from various speakers about topics that will influence them within the workplace. Cobb Young Professionals meetings are typically held on the last Thursday of each month.
CYP meetings and socials are typically held on the last Thursday of each month. Search for an upcoming Cobb Young Professionals event.
For more information about Cobb Young Professionals, contact Jessica Dudley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-859-2359.
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Congratulations to the 2012 Cobb Young Professionals Next Generation Award winners!
Mitch Rhoden, President and CEO of Futren Corporation
Mitch Rhoden exemplifies the ideals of a young leader. As the president and CEO of Futren Corporation, he is charged with leading 200 employees. His focus is to always inspire his employees to do their best. President of the Marietta Rotary Club, his continued service to the community is seen in every aspect of his life. His passion for his community and for his company makes him an ideal recipient of the 2012 Next Generation Award.
Ne'Kia Nichols, Teen Services Director for Walton Communities
Ne’Kia Nichols serves as the Teen Services Director for Walton Communities. In her position, she works with teens throughout the various Walton properties and gets them involved with local non-profit organizations including Hands on Atlanta. Through her efforts, teens from around the area have partnered with 28 different non-profit organizations for a total of 2,524 community service hours. Over her two-year tenure, her teens have helped save these organizations a total of $18,299! Her dedication to molding our community’s next generation of leaders makes her incredibly deserving of the 2012 Next Generation Award.
Dr. Steve Landry, Owner of United Chiropractic Center
Dr. Steve Landry is a graduate of Life University and the owner of United Chiropractic Center of Marietta. In addition to managing a thriving chiropractic practice, he donates his free time by offering free chiropractic care to Cobb Street Ministry residents and returning veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan. His passion for changing the lives of those in his community ensures that he is constantly moving forward. His dedication to the community and those who call it home make him an excellent candidate for the Next Generation Award.
Meredith Davis, Media and Community Relations Specialist for SCANA Energy
As the Media and Community Relations Specialist for SCANA Energy, Meredith Davis is responsible for coordinating community sponsorships, grassroots marketing campaigns, and social media relations. Her work with over 23 different non-profit organizations throughout the state of Georgia, including Habitat for Humanity, Earth Day Kids Fest, Komen Atlanta Race for the Cure, and others, make her a perfect candidate for the Cobb Young Professionals Next Generation Award.
Dan Styf, Vice President of Regional and Marketing Strategies for Kaiser Permanente
Dan Styf is credited with opening clinics around the Atlanta region and bringing Kaiser Permanente into the local and national spotlight. As the Vice President of Regional & Marketing Strategies for Kaiser Permanente, he is responsible for growing and improving business within Cobb County. A member of the MUST Ministries Board of Directors, he donates his time and has been instrumental in their strategic planning process. His continued support of the community he lives and works in makes him a model recipient of the Next Generation Award.