Georgia Member Diane Adoma to Run for State Senate
The U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that chamber member Diane Adoma is stepping up to run for the State Senate in Georgia. Mrs. Adoma will seek election for the Georgia State Senate in District 43 which encompasses parts of Rockdale, Newton and DeKalb counties. She will formally announce her candidacy on August 29, 2015 at 5pm at 4009 Brooks Mill Drive, Lithonia.
“The U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce, through our I Vote for Women initiative, strongly supports women stepping up to lead through elected office,” states MargotDorfman, CEO of the U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce. “Diane Adoma’s drive to support her community combined with a strong background in business development and community leadership make her an excellent candidate for the Georgia State Senate,” adds Dorfman. “Mrs. Adoma’s commitment to women’s economic priorities, free enterprise, entrepreneurship and education is an excellent platform to improve the lives of all Georgians.”
Mrs. Adoma was born in Bainbridge and currently lives inLithonia. She is a proud graduate of Kennesaw State University with Bachelor of Business Administration. She has an MBA from University of Phoenix with an emphasis in business management and is currently writing her dissertation titled: “The Correlation between Transformational Leadership Style and Employee Trust” at Capella University. Diane and her husband are franchise owners of all the H&R Blocks in Rockdale County. Diane has 25 plus years of marketing experience with companies such as Turner Broadcasting Systems, AT&T,Qwest Communications, ING Group, MCI WorldCom, and University of Phoenix. She is also a producer and host of Adoma and Company Radio Program and is owner of Diane AdomaConsulting, LLC.See the full press release for Diane here
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