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Jonathan Jones

“A resounding need exists for business leaders to emerge within our society today, as the turbulent economic roller coaster plays out and the struggle with ethical issues in the workplace remains a steadfast fixture,” stated Justice O’Keefe Duhon. “As these individuals emerge, it is essential to recognize those business leaders who possess the behaviors that distinguish them from others. Behaviors such ...

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Burton Doss

Burton Doss is used to facing challenges. After graduating from high school in Cairo, Ill., he began college at the University of Mississippi. “I moved to a town and a school where I did not know anyone. The same was true when I moved to Jackson after graduation. I always had good communication skills, but never really used them until ...

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Michele Baker

Named for the Beatles love ballad that bears the same name, Michele Dawn Baker was born in Illinois during the dog days of summer in 1970, and was merely eight weeks old when her mother, Fran, joined her dad, John, in Germany, where he was stationed in the military. Five years later, the family relocated to Hattiesburg when her parents ...

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Susanne S. Cunningham

  Even though Susanne Cunningham, O.D., has had great success in a relatively short period of time — Mississippi Optometric Association named her Young Optometrist of the Year in 2006, and the Southeastern Council of Optometrists selected her Young Optometrist of the South in 2007 for her service to community and the profession of optometry — she’s more excited to ...

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Harrison L. Young

  Harrison Young, vice president of real estate at Cardinal Ventures Inc., has overseen the design, development and construction of more than one million square feet of class A office, retail, residential, healthcare and civic space, representing in excess of $150 million in asset value. So what is he doing building playhouses? While an owner of a full-service real estate ...

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Arthur Reggie Dampier Jr.

  Earning an advanced degree was merely a building block for a multifaceted career of Arthur R. Dampier, O.D. — a professional optometrist, successful entrepreneur, community leader and reliable volunteer. “The word ‘young’ … shouldn’t place a limit on what can be achieved,” said Dampier, who was born in Brookhaven and grew up in Jackson. After high school, Dampier attended ...

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Jennifer Callahan Sinclair

  A colleague who works with Jennifer C. Sinclair, CPA, vice president of finance and chief financial officer (CFO) of St. Dominic Hospital in Jackson, says if two words were used to describe her, they would be “intelligent” and “driven.” “Jennifer is very focused and works diligently to accomplish what’s good for the organization,” said Paul Arrington, vice president of ...

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Adam Kilgore

As general counsel for the Mississippi Bar Association, Adam Kilgore is committed to participating in meaningful work that serves to develop and promote a caring community. He is proud to be part of a profession that has a long history of giving its time and resources for the common good. “I am extremely fortunate to work in a position devoted ...

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Brandon Pratt

  Some people might hesitate working with a banker who is only 26 years old. But Brandon Pratt, who has risen through the ranks to his current position as assistant vice president at Community Bank in Meridian, engenders confidence. “On a professional level, Brandon is respected by people who are not only his age, but by people who are much ...

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Kenny Williamson

  Kenny Williamson, first vice president at BankPlus in Madison, was a standout football player for Mississippi State University (MSU) from 1996-2000. During those seasons he went to MSU on a full athletic scholarship, MSU played in the 1998 SEC championship, the 1999 Cotton Bowl, the 1999 Peach Bowl and the 2000 Independence Bowl. However, the victory Williamson is known ...

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