Jennifer Fennell Named Jackson EMC Gwinnett District Manager

Jennifer Fennell has been named the Gwinnett District Manager of Jackson EMC and will succeed Randy Dellinger upon his retirement in May 2022.  The Council for Quality Growth (CQG) sends special thanks to Randy Dellinger for his support of our organization throughout the years, his leadership as a CQG Board member, and dedication to his community and the metro region. Since 1988 Randy has worked for Jackson EMC and served as a CQG Board member since 2010. Randy will be missed and wish him the best in his new endeavors.

CQG congratulates Ms. Fennell and looks forward to continue working with her in this new role and in the progress of begin appointed to as a Board of Directors member. As district manager, Fennell will be responsible for the day-to-day management of Jackson EMC’s local office in Lawrenceville, including community involvement, member services and governmental affairs.

Fennell was born in Atlanta and raised in Stone Mountain. She graduated from the University of Georgia with a bachelor’s of science in agricultural business and a master’s of business administration. In 2014, Fennell joined Jackson EMC as a commercial and industrial marketing representative in Gwinnett County, where her responsibilities included growing Jackson EMC’s footprint in Gwinnett County, key account management of existing commercial and industrial customers, legislative affairs, and community and economic development. She was promoted to senior business development manager in 2020.

Fennell is involved with Partnership Gwinnett where she serves as Goal One chair, executive committee member, and recently volunteered as co-chairman for its 4.0 Capital Campaign. She is president-elect of the Rotary Club of Sugarloaf, where she has been a member since 2016 and formerly served as secretary and on the membership committee. Fennell is secretary for both the Gwinnett Police Foundation and the Water Tower at Gwinnett Board. She is a member of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, Georgia Economic Developers Association, Southern Economic Development Council, and Council for Quality Growth.

She is a member of 2022 class of Leadership Georgia and a class of 2018 graduate of Leadership Gwinnett.

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