Sen. Hunter Hill Named an “Emerging Leader” by GOPAC

ATLANTA (March 17, 2014) | Sen. Hunter Hill (R-Smyrna) has been selected to participate in GOPAC’s 2014 Class of Emerging Leaders, an accolade bestowed upon “up-and-coming” Republican state legislators.

“I am eager to learn from both state counterparts and the GOPAC leadership team how I can continue to help Georgia through my legislative work,” said Sen. Hill. “I am honored to be included in this group.”

GOPAC is a training organization dedicated to educating and electing the next generation of Republican leaders. Every year, the organization releases a list of twenty legislators from all around the country they feel have a positive influence in their state and the Republican Party.

“Our Emerging Leaders program is a yearlong initiative to coach and develop promising state legislators on how to be effective legislative and political leaders,” said Chairman of GOPAC, Frank Donatelli.  “With the 2014 Class showing a strong commitment to ideas leading to more private sector jobs and more effective government at lower costs, we look forward to assisting them with leadership training, policy seminars and interactive discussions at our Annual Emerging Leaders Summit.”

Sen. Hill will be attending GOPAC’s Emerging Leaders Summit in New York City, where GOPAC is educating, training and coaching class members on how to continue to be effective legislative and political leaders.

For Immediate Release:
March 17, 2014

For Information Contact:

Jennifer Yarber, Director
Shawna Mercer, Sr. Communications Specialist