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LaGrange College Leadership Council elects new members

The Leadership Council of LaGrange College, a service-oriented and advisory group, recently elected new members. They are, from left, Lauranne Buchanan, retired marketing professor from Thunderbird School of Global Management; Chris Hoppe, vice president of operations for National Management Resources Corp.; Hutch Pine, a partner with Nissan of LaGrange; Jan Galt, director of the Marietta Museum of History; Ansley Scoglietti, board member for Harmony House Domestic Violence Shelter; the Rev. Jessica Terrell, senior pastor at Bethesda United Methodist Church in Lawrenceville; Curtis Brown, founder and general manager of Build the Crowd; and Keenan Knight, owner of Leap Frog Truck Rental and File and Records Mgmt. Inc. Not pictured are Ternisha Miles, assistant attorney general for the State of Alabama; and Steve Black, developer. The council helps develop resources for the institution, and each year it chooses priorities to accomplish that goal. This year’s objectives include finding ways to partner with Troup County to address poverty in the community, studying how the college can best recruit high school students from Troup County and creating a leadership development program for Presidential Scholarship Award winners.

The Leadership Council of LaGrange College, a service-oriented and advisory group, recently elected new members. They are, from left, Lauranne Buchanan, retired marketing professor from Thunderbird School of Global Management; Chris Hoppe, vice president of operations for National Management Resources Corp.; Hutch Pine, a partner with Nissan of LaGrange; Jan Galt, director of the Marietta Museum of History; Ansley Scoglietti, board member for Harmony House Domestic Violence Shelter; the Rev. Jessica Terrell, senior pastor at Bethesda United Methodist Church in Lawrenceville; Curtis Brown, founder and general manager of Build the Crowd; and Keenan Knight, owner of Leap Frog Truck Rental and File and Records Mgmt. Inc. Not pictured are Ternisha Miles, assistant attorney general for the State of Alabama; and Steve Black, developer. The council helps develop resources for the institution, and each year it chooses priorities to accomplish that goal. This year’s objectives include finding ways to partner with Troup County to address poverty in the community, studying how the college can best recruit high school students from Troup County and creating a leadership development program for Presidential Scholarship Award winners.