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Georgia Krueger to retire from Ada Jenkins



Feb. 10.  Long-time Executive Director Georgia Krueger will step down from the top position at the Ada Jenkins Center (AJC), the community-driven non-profit in Davidson. The organization, which focuses on Lake Norman, works to create lasting solutions for economic stability.

Krueger will retire at the end of June.

“Georgia is a dynamic leader well-known for her commitment to community service, compassionate leadership and integrity,” said Donna Turner, co-chair of the Ada Jenkins Center board of directors.

The AJC board has formed a search committee and retained a recruiting firm, Next Stage, to assist with a thorough search process of internal and external candidates to find a strong leader with a proved track-record of strategic leadership, community service and operational expertise.

The board intends to select the new leader in time to ensure a smooth transition.

“It has been the highlight of my life to lead this wonderful organization for the past 12 years,” Krueger said.

Ada Jenkins plays a major role in the community.

“We do great things for our clients and the community. People count of us, rely on us, and trust us,” Krueger said, explaining that AJC helps them regain their economic stability and hope.

“It’s so rewarding to be a part of their journey,” she said.

Candidates interested in her position should contact Next Stage directly at search@nextstageconsulting.com.