Congratulations to the new Leadership Rome Class!
Leadership Rome XXXVIII
- Ivy Barber, Owen Security Solutions
- Stewart Bratcher, The Bratcher Firm, LLC.
- Lenora Doss, Floyd County Board of Education
- Katie Edwards, Toles, Temple, Wright, Inc.
- Erin Elrod, Floyd County Government
- Jamie Foster, Greater Community Bank
- Luke Fuller, Garner & Glover
- Nora Guzman, UGA Small Business Development Center
- Jonathan Harris, RidgeBerry Property Management
- Alicia Hendrix, Floyd Heyman Hospice
- Dr. Heath Hooper, Shorter University
- Elizabeth Huff, Home Instead Senior Care
- Nathan Irwin, Redmond Regional Medical Center
- Aundi Lesley, City of Rome
- Selena Magnusson, Georgia Northwestern Technical College
- Johnathon Peabody, Dempsey, Lord, Smith
- Chris Pope, Modern Woodmen of America
- Pam Powers-Smith, Rome Floyd Chamber
- Amanda Preteroti, Harbin Clinic
- Brian Richie, Plaza Transport
- Ben Rigas, Floyd Medical Center
- Rocky Shaw, JBM Office Solutions
- Dr. LaRoyce Sublett, Rome City Schools
- Sophia Vesser, Garner & Glover
Leadership Rome II
John Mayes, Jr.
Larry Morrow, Sr.
Leadership Rome III
Leadership Rome IV
Leadership Rome IX
Leadership Rome V
Leadership Rome VI
Leadership Rome VII
Leadership Rome VIII
Leadership Rome XI
Leadership Rome XII
Leadership Rome XIII
Leadership Rome XIV
Leadership Rome XIX
Leadership Rome XV
Leadership Rome XVII
Leadership Rome XVIII
Leadership Rome XX
Leadership Rome XXI
A community cannot grow without good and progressive leadership. Leaders from all segments of the community must work together to develop plans for their future. Leaders are those individuals who are willing to question the status quo, and to determine whether or not there is a better way.
Recognizing the need for developing leaders for Rome and Floyd County, the Rome Floyd Chamber established the Leadership Rome Program. The purpose of the program is to provide an understanding of what a leader is, to create an awareness of issues facing our community, and to discuss how leaders should deal with these issues.
Patterned after the Leadership Georgia Program, the Leadership Rome Program consists of an Orientation/Ice Breaker for the participants; a Ropes course; an overnight retreat; seven sessions of approximately six hours each; a spring retreat; and Graduation. Each month's session is conducted by outstanding authorities on the topic of the day. Discussions will be held that are designed to enlighten the participants on situations and opportunities in the Greater Rome Area.
Those individuals selected to participate in Leadership Rome represent the educational, financial, industrial, governmental, legal, religious, medical, and retail/small business communities. Through the interaction of this diverse group, participants will learn about the ideas and interests of those from differing backgrounds. The deeper understanding of people throughout the community, and the knowledge that participants will gain about the problems facing the Greater Rome Area will equip graduates of Leadership Rome to take more active leadership roles in the affairs of Rome and Floyd County.
Lifetime friendship will be formed among members of each class, and the experience is one that will not be soon forgotten!!
Leadership Rome XXII
Leadership Rome XXIV
Leadership Rome XXIX
Leadership Rome XXV
Leadership Rome XXVI
Leadership Rome XXVII
Leadership Rome XXVIII
Leadership Rome XXX
Leadership Rome XXXI
Leadership Rome XXXII
Leadership Rome XXXIII
Leadership Rome XXXIV
Leadership Rome XXXVI
James "Frank" Cronan
Leadership Rome XXXVII