"Opportunities have come along that wouldn’t have come along," GGC President Dr. Daniel Kaufman told Lawrenceville Patch as he reflects on his tenure at the college and his decision to take the position of President and CEO of the Gwinnett Chamber.
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Dr. Daniel Kaufman, the Lawrenceville school's charter President, has accepted the position as the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce's next President and CEO.
He welcomed the first students to Georgia Gwinnett College, but on Thursday afternoon, GGC President Dr. Daniel Kaufman announced he is stepping down. Kaufmann accepted the position of President and CEO of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce. Kaufman began his tenure as President of the Lawrenceville college in 2005. His last day on the job will be June 30th. “President Kaufman was the right choice to lead Georgia Gwinnett College at its founding," said Hank Huckaby, chancellor of the University System of Georgia in a release. “Under his leadership, the college opened and has lived up to expectations at the state and local level to provide access and to create a new model for higher education in the 21st century. On behalf of the University …
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
The copier company is expanding operations at their Lawrenceville location.
Ricoh Electronics, Inc. will be creating 70 new jobs when they expand their facility in Lawrenceville. The groundbreaking ceremony will be Tuesday afternoon. Ricoh makes digital copiers, printed circuit boards, fax machines, recycled toner cartridges and more at facilities in Orange County, California, and Lawrenceville. “Ricoh’s decision to expand here in Georgia makes a great statement about the company’s confidence in the strength of our business environment, logistics infrastructure and highly-skilled workforce among other competitive advantages,” said Gretchen Corbin, Deputy Commissioner of Global Commerce for the Georgia Department of Economic Development in a release. “This expansion clearly illustrates Ricoh’s commitment to Georgia…