Foundation unveils class
by MBJ Staff
Published: April 5,2013
The Gulf Coast Business Council Research Foundation has announced 20 Gulf Coast leaders to participate in the 2013 Masters Program. The program was developed in 2007 to identify and develop emerging leaders of the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The class members are: Charles Beasley, president and CEO, Mississippi Enterprise for Technology Inc. (MSET); Jennifer D’Aquilla, vice president-risk management, Roy Anderson Corp.; Natalia Diaz, senior project manager, Jackson County Economic Development Foundation Inc.; Michelle Dixon, sales coordinator/office manager, Gulf States Ready Mix; Donny Dorsey Jr., site director, Gulfport Operations, Huntington Ingalls; Patrick Farnan, first vice president-commercial lender, BancorpSouth; Frank Genzer, architect, Design Studio of Frank Genzer Architect; Lee Green, director of accounting services, Ingalls Shipbuilding; Marian Hanisko, coastal management specialist, I.M. Systems Group for NOAA Coastal Services Center; Wade Howk Jr., director of finance, Boomtown Casino; Daniel Hunter, sales manager, The Mississippi Press; Damian Jakubik, owner, Jakubik Enterprisies, LLC; Brynn Joachim, account executive, The Focus Group; Budd Jones, partner/CEO, AGJ Systems & Networks; John Keilholz, Mississippi regional retail manager, Hancock Bank; Mark Loughman, director, environmental affairs, Mississippi Power; Anne Mockler, director of surveillance, Beau Rivage Resort & Casino, Joel Moody Jr., project manager/estimating, Warren Paving Inc.; Emily Pickering, Gulfport Chamber director, Mississippi Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce; and, Scott Wells, member attorney/partner, Rushing & Guice, PLLC.
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