Irmo Leaders Shine as Graduates of Leadership Lexington County-Class of 2023

The Greater Irmo Chamber of Commerce takes great pride in congratulating seven outstanding leaders from the Irmo business community who have successfully graduated from Leadership Lexington County, a distinguished non-profit educational organization dedicated to nurturing and developing leaders in the Lexington County community.

This notable achievement serves as a testament to the commitment of these individuals to both personal and professional growth. By completing the Leadership Lexington County program, these leaders have demonstrated their dedication to enhancing their leadership skills and making a positive impact on the Irmo community.

The following leaders from the Irmo business community are celebrated for their accomplishments:

  1. Courtney Dennis – Irmo Town Administrator
  2. David Kafitz – Exit Realty New Horizons
  3. Cynthia Giles – Cut Throat Marketing
  4. Misty Whetsell – Ameris Bank-Irmo
  5. Major John Hendricks – Irmo Police Department
  6. Mark Temple – Shaw Industries
  7. Peter Schvetz – Liberty Containers

These individuals have not only excelled in their respective fields but have also demonstrated a commitment to community leadership. The Leadership Lexington County program provides a dynamic platform for participants to broaden their perspectives, connect with fellow leaders, and contribute to the growth and prosperity of the community.

Kerry Powers, President/CEO of the Greater Irmo Chamber of Commerce, expressed her enthusiasm for the graduates, stating, “We are thrilled to see these leaders from our community graduate from Leadership Lexington County. Their dedication to personal and professional development aligns with our chamber’s values, and we look forward to witnessing their continued positive impact on Irmo.”

The Greater Irmo Chamber of Commerce encourages the community to join in celebrating the achievements of these remarkable leaders. The skills and knowledge gained through the Leadership Lexington County program will undoubtedly contribute to the continued success and vibrancy of the Irmo business community.