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Leadership Southeast Georgia 2022 session continues in Long, Liberty and Camden counties
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Leadership Southeast Georgia, a professional development and leadership program throughout 10 coastal counties, continued its 2022 programming in Camden, Long and Liberty counties. 

The 26 members of the Class of 2022, regional leaders from business, professional and civic organizations, participate in a five-month course of ongoing personal and professional growth to build connections and learn collaboration skills that empower them to improve the region. The agenda for the second session focused on area military installations and emergency response.

“Our local military bases are an important part of so many communities, so keeping up with their impact on the region helps us all help each other,” said Suzanne Kirk, LSEGA facilitator. “We also reviewed emergency preparedness and response, something our regional military folks might need to be part of in a worst-case scenario.”

Participants also learned about the effects the military has on our economic and workforce development and explored the interconnectedness of military bases and branches, reviewing how they work together to serve our region. Hurricane preparation and response were of specific concern to the group. As always, LSEGA maintains an overall study of leadership styles and best practices in the organizations they meet with and visit.

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