Congrats to Laura Mullins. HRC’s finance manager was recognized recently as a Top 10 Young Professional by Advancing Modern Professionals in Douglas (AMP’D), a program of the Douglas County Chamber Foundation.
It’s my pleasure to contribute my time to worthy causes that help make our community a better place to live and work,” said Laura. “HRC’s support of its employees’ volunteer activities—and the chamber’s recognition—are truly appreciated.”
Laura’s passion to give back to the community where she was raised is aligned with AMP’D’s mission to encourage young professionals to engage, develop and serve in Douglas County.
This is the second time Laura’s received this honor: She was named in 2017 as well.
Also recognized this year were Whitney Constien, Douglas County Chamber; Mark DeNyse, DeNyse Companies; Emily Lightner, Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville and Douglas County; Nadia Faucette, GreyStone Power Corporation; Meitra Perry, Douglas County Schools; Jordan Phillips, Chick-fil-A Arbor Place Mall; Jennifer Rogers, Extreme Images, LLC; Aaron Szarowicz, City of Douglasville; and Andre Weaver, Douglas County Schools.