Dobbins chief graduates 10th Atlanta Diversity Leadership Class

Chief Master Sergeant Gail Greene, 22nd Air Force superintendant and director of human resources for Georgia Institute of Technology College of Management, graduates from the 10th Anniversary Diversity Leadership Academy Atlanta class of the American Institute for Managing Diversity. The Diversity Leadership Academy, founded 27 years ago, is a community-based leadership development program in diversity management that brings leaders together from across the community to develop their individual diversity management capability. The academy was launched in Atlanta in 2001. The recent class brings the total number of Atlanta alumni to over 300 professionals. "The class was a very insightful, time demanding, challenging and extremely beneficial,” said Greene. “I formed relationships, developed connections and networked with many people from organizations throughout Atlanta.”

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