The Chamber of Commerce recently recognized Cherokee Countys 2018 Top 10 in 10 Young Professionals to Watch. The Top 10 in 10 initiative is designed to cultivate and showcase exceptional Cherokee County young professionals, said Pam Carnes, Chamber president and CEO. This recognition program focuses on residents under age forty who are considered to be Cherokee Countys up and coming leaders over the next ten years.
Cherokee Countys 2018 Top 10 in 10 Young Professionals to Watch are Jessica Akers, director of Falany Performing Arts Center and adjunct instructor of business, Reinhardt University; Tori OBryant, practice coordinator, Northside Hospital Towne Lake Primary Care; Leah Bleisath, assistant principal at Creekland Middle School; Julie Peppers, assistant principal at Carmel Elementary School; Jennifer Puckett, co-owner of In Harmony Pediatric Therapy and owner of Therabeat, Inc.; Ollie Evans, chiropractor and clinic director of Holly Springs Chiropractic and Massage; Heath Matiak, general manager and co-owner of R & D Mechanical Services; Nick Estes, vice president of finance at Chart, Inc.; Brandon Roberts, founder of Branches of Faith; Michael Manzella, principal at E.T. Booth Middle School.