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Cobb Chamber Congratulates Members on Georgia Trend’s 2014 “100 Most Influential Georgians” List

January 14, 2014

The Cobb Chamber is proud to congratulate more than 15 members for making Georgia Trend’s “100 Most Influential Georgians” list. The Georgia-based business, politics and economic development magazine recently released its 2014 power list in recognition of the most influential and powerful leaders in Georgia. The list honors influential citizens whose dedication and commitment continue to impact the daily lives of Georgians everywhere.

The Cobb Chamber is proud to honor the following members who made this year’s Most Influential list: Richard Anderson, CEO of Delta Airlines; Frank Blake, chairman and CEO of The Home Depot; Shan Cooper, vice president and general manager of Lockheed Martin; Tom Fanning, chairman, president and CEO of Southern Company; Douglas Hooker, executive director of the Atlanta Regional Commission; Donna Hyland, president and CEO of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta; U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson; Reynold Jennings, president and CEO of WellStar Health Systems; Tim Lee, chairman of Cobb Board of Commissioners; Tad Leithead, president and CEO of Tad Leithead Advisors and chairman of the Cumberland Community Improvement District; Kelly L. Loeffler, VP of Corporate Affairs at Intercontinental Exchange; Georgia State Attorney General Sam Olens; Dan Papp, president of Kennesaw State University; and Sylvia Russell, CEO of AT&T Georgia.

In addition, the Cobb Chamber congratulates the following members who made Georgia Trend’s 2014 “Notables” list: Freddy Bensch, co-founder of “Big Kahuna” at Sweet Water Brewing Co.; David Connell, president and CEO of Cobb Chamber of Commerce; Thomas Gallagher, chairman, president and CEO of Genuine Parts Company; Amy Glennon, publisher of The Atlanta-Journal-Constitution; and Doug Hertz, president and CEO of United Distributors Inc.. As committed members of the Cobb Chamber, we are honored to celebrate your service and commitment to the community and Georgia at large.


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