Michael Eshman Chosen in Leadership Georgia’s Class of 2023

October 7, 2022

Leadership Georgia Class of 2023

Please join us in congratulating Michael J. Eshman for being selected as a member of Leadership Georgia‘s Class of 2023!
Founded in 1972, Leadership Georgia is one of the nation’s oldest and most successful leadership training programs for young business, civic and community leaders with the desire and potential to work together for a better Georgia.

The Class of 2023 will consist of 63 participants and their spouse or guest. They will attend five programs in five different communities throughout the state and will have the opportunity to build relationships while gaining a better understanding of the challenges and strengths of rural, suburban and urban Georgia communities.

Congrats, Michael!

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Michael Eshman Chosen in Leadership Georgia's Class of 2023

Michael has been selected to participate in Leadership Georgia's Class of 2023 program. The Class of 2023 consists of 63 Georgians. Congrats, Michael!

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