By BECKY GILLETTE
Valencia Williamson has overseen the creation of innovative new programs including those designed to improve the work-force preparedness of high school graduates since she was hired six years ago to head the Area Development Partnership Chamber of Commerce Division as executive vice president.
“Valencia is a leading minority executive in Greater Hattiesburg and serves as a shining star for women in the workplace,” said ADP President Chad Newell.
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