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  • People Power

    Meet the 2013 People To Know
    The People to Know issue is a yearly snapshot highlighting many incredible business, civic and community leaders who make Gwinnett a wonderful place to live, work and play.

     
  • Gwinnett Magazine’s 2013 Man and Woman of the Year

    Daniel Kaufman and Maureen Kornowa, the 2013 winners of the Man and Woman of the Year award, share several characteristics that set them apart in a crowd.

     
  • In the Business of Changing Lives

    Now the second largest college in Georgia’s technical college system, Gwinnett Tech serves more than 20,000 students a year in college credit, adult education and continuing education programs.

     
  • For the Love of Kids

    Founded in 2008 by Gary Martin Hays, Keep Georgia Safe aims to provide safety education and crime prevention training to families in the state.

     
 
 

City of Braselton

Donna Cannella, event coordinator for the Braselton Antique & Holiday Festival, and owner of Countryside Antiques Donna Cannella shares insights about the Braselton Antique & Holiday Festival....  more

 
 
 

Victory World Christian School

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People Power

People to KnowMeet the 2013 People To Know
Individuals drive Gwinnett’s success – a testament to the hardworking, forward-thinking people who give Georgia’s second-largest county its unique personality. They do this by staying connected, joining to build the communities and to support an infrastructure that make Gwinnett County an ideal place to call home and to conduct business....  more

 
 
 

Gwinnett Magazine’s 2013 Man and Woman of the Year

Daniel Kaufman and Maureen KornowaGwinnett Magazine’s 2013 Man and Woman of the Year

Daniel Kaufman and Maureen Kornowa, the 2013 winners of the Man and Woman of the Year award, share several characteristics that set them apart in a crowd. Both Dr. Kaufman and Ms. Kornowa possess a business acumen that has proven...  more

 
 
 

Gwinnett Magazine’s 2013 Woman of the Year

Maureen Kornowa Executive Director, North Gwinnett Co-Operative MinistriesMaureen Kornowa
Executive Director, North Gwinnett Co-Operative Ministries

Bridging Gaps
Destiny can show up anytime, anywhere. Every now and then, we find the course of our lives changed by a chance meeting with an individual or situation....  more

 
 
 

Gwinnett Magazine’s 2013 Man of the Year

Dr. Daniel J. Kaufman President, Gwinnett Chamber of CommerceDr. Daniel J. Kaufman
President, Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce

Visions of Gwinnett’s Bright Future
When Dan Kaufman stepped into his job as president of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce a few weeks ago, he brought with him an impressive and wide-reaching array of accomplishments...  more

 
 
 

Ready and Grounded for What’s Next

Kelly Greer, Publisher, Gwinnett MagazineKelly Greer, Publisher,
Gwinnett Magazine

Life in the publishing business today is much like the quote from LinkedIn founder, Reid Hoffman, “You jump off a cliff and assemble an airplane on the way down.”...  more

 
 
 

Empowering Customers

Todd Evans, Commercial/Industrial Marketing, Jackson EMCTodd Evans, Commercial/Industrial Marketing,
Jackson EMC

Todd Evans, with Jackson EMC since 2002, is proud to be part of a cooperative with a 75-year track record of providing power to customers of northeast Georgia. Todd feels that the key term to explain Jackson EMC’s customer awards is...  more

 
 
 

Getting Athletes Back to the Playing Field

Tim Simmons, Director, Sports Medicine Program & Concussion Institute at Gwinnett Medical Center-DuluthTim Simmons, Director,
Sports Medicine Program & Concussion Institute at Gwinnett Medical Center-Duluth

Tim Simmons loves seeing athletes of all ages return to their full potential. A certified athletic trainer with a Master’s degree in Health Care Administration, Tim is part of the comprehensive Sports Medicine program at GMC-Duluth...  more

 
 
 

A Client-Centric Focus

Tim Hur, President, Point Honors and Associates Real EstateTim Hur, President,
Point Honors and Associates Real Estate

Tim Hur is proud to be a REALTOR¨, not just a real estate agent. The difference, he says, is important: “As a member of the National Association of REALTORS¨, I abide by a strict code of ethics.” He emphasizes that successful real estate is not “agent-centric,” but “client-centric”...  more