L.E.A.D. Ambassadors and Community Leaders participate in Inaugural L.E.A.D. Ambassadors Leadership
On October 18, 2020, L.E.A.D. presented its Inaugural L.E.A.D. Ambassadors Leadership and Community Roundtable Discussion at Galleria 314 where community leaders – Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan, Retired MARTA Chief of Police Wanda Dunham, Georgia’s Own Credit Union General Counsel, Matt Havice, Fulton County Sheriff-elect, Patrick Labat, and Chief Judge Fulton County Superior Court, Robert McBurney – served as discussion facilitators “to pour into our Ambassadors and to guide them and to mentor them.” Kelli Stewart said.
Facilitators: Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan; Retired MARTA Chief of Police and Becoming Chief Author, Wanda Dunham; Georgia’s Own Credit Union General Counsel, Matt Havice; Fulton County Sheriff-elect, Patrick Labat; and Chief Judge Fulton County Superior Court, Robert McBurney
“The kids in this program are obviously God-given leaders and whether or not they lead their communities, they lead a city, they lead a company, a church or some sort of organization throughout their life these are the building blocks I think that are going to help them lead those efforts.” ~ Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan
“I hope that they use this opportunity and expand on it. Because not everybody will have the opportunity to have people to come pour into them and use that. I told them I would like to take them all home with me and that they should all use the opportunities presented to them through the L.E.A.D. program.” ~Retired MARTA Chief of Police and Becoming Chief Author, Wanda Dunham