This special episode of “The Voice of Business” features three of the 2020 Gwinnett Chamber Moxie Award winners. The show is hosted by Lina Teitelbaum, the Programs & Events Manager with the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Jann Joseph/Georgia Gwinnett College
Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) is a public, four-year and accredited liberal arts college that provides access to baccalaureate level degrees that meet the economic development needs of the growing and diverse population of Gwinnett County and the northeast Atlanta metropolitan region. GGC’s mission is to produce future leaders for Georgia and the nation whose graduates are inspired to contribute to their local, state, national and international communities and are prepared to engage in an ever-changing global environment. GGC currently serves nearly 13,000 students pursuing degrees in 19 majors and more than 45 concentrations.
Linnea Miller/Long Table
Long Table is a collaborative learning experience that builds healthy individuals and high performing teams who achieve greater alignment, expanded capacity, enhanced performance, effective communication and stronger relationships.
Gale Higginbotham/Gwinnett County Police Department
The Gwinnett County Police Department is an agency with a long history of excellence, integrity, and fairness. The department enjoys a strong relationship with the diverse community it serves and continues to build that reputation by constantly engaging and interacting with the residents. Due to their reputation, high standards, and commitment to excellence, they only recruit and hire the best and most qualified applicants.
The Gwinnett County Police Department is the second largest police agency in Georgia with an authorized strength of 877 sworn officers, supported by 276 civilian employees. The department is CALEA accredited, originally attaining that designation in 1993. Gwinnett is located in the northeast part of metro Atlanta, serving a population of more than 800,000 residents with an area of 437 square miles.