Junior Achievement of Georgia

Junior Achievement of Georgia
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Linda Wimpy has assisted JA of Georgia’s Northwest Georgia District in every way a volunteer can: in-class volunteer hours, coordinating the volunteer efforts as J & J champion, raising funds and serving on the Board of Directors.

In six years, she has taught a total of 30 classes and has even completed classes when other volunteers were unable to finish the required lessons. For the past three years, she has coordinated a JA volunteer thank you/recruitment breakfast at the beginning of each school year, bringing back previous volunteers and adding new people interested in hearing more about JA. She secured her daughter as a champion at Westside Elementary School.

On the fundraising end of the spectrum, she helped in securing a $5,000 title sponsor for our Hall of Fame and has also been instrumental in J&J continuing a $3,000 whole school sponsorship at Park Creek Elementary.

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