December 26, 2023 | News

Cherokee Fire Members Complete Management Development Program

Writer: Staff Reports

Published December 26, 2023
Cheroke Tribune & Ledger-News

Eleven members of Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services recently graduated from the Carl Vinson Institute Management Development Program at the L.B. “Buzz” Ahrens, Jr. Recreation Center.

This 20-day program took place over eight months and included Cherokee County employees from several agencies. The program offers management and leadership development tailored for local government with curriculum focuses on the development of personal and group leadership skills.

In addition to learning, participants completed a group community service project and individual projects designed to improve the operations and service delivery of CCFES.

Graduates from CCFES included Division Chief Chad Davis, Division Chief Ryan McElwee, Capt. Jason Williams, Capt. Ric Mitchell, Deputy Chief Mark Orr, Capt. John Carrol, Division Chief Chad Arp, Battalion Chief Clay Cloud, Division Chief Marc Liscio, Deputy Chief Kevin Lanier, and Budget Manager Amanda Postelle.

For more info about the community service project completed by the class, visit http://tinyurl.com/bp5hny4c.

For more info on the Carl Vinson Institute Management Development Program, visit tinyurl.com/26e598yh.