Latest Episode of Thrive Gwinnett
When it comes to education, teaching students the value of patience, tolerance, and compassion can sometimes be overlooked. In this episode of Thrive Gwinnett, we shine a spotlight on the Special Needs Schools of Gwinnett’s, Jamie Hamilton to hear what his team is doing to provide both educational and therapeutic programming in 2021.Watch Now
For organizations that provide relief to families in emergency situations, downtime is never an option.
In this week’s Thrive Gwinnett Episode, we hear from Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s, Annie Valenty as she shares how her team continues to help Metro Atlanta families prepare and overcome the challenges of the recent pandemic.Watch Now
As 2020 comes to a close, Rocket IT would like to take a moment to thank our guests that allowed us to share their stories through Thrive Gwinnett. Now, Rocket IT is excited to announce that it will continue to shine a light on those individuals making huge impacts in their communities, industries, and the clients they serve.Watch Now
With a mission to adapt, integrate, and thrive, the Latin American Association is working to create communities that promote opportunities for all its members.
In this episode, we hear what Director of Family Stabilization & Well-Being, Cynthia Roman and her team are doing to develop the LAA’s social service component.Watch Now
Gwinnett County is a diverse community with members who actively seek new pathways to remain connected. In this episode of Thrive Gwinnett, we explore how Larry Campbell and his team at Corners Outreach are accomplishing this goal of unification by taking a unique, multigenerational approach.Watch Now
For nearly 64 years, Moore Stephens Tiller has provided local Georgia businesses with the accounting support needed to retain growth and overcome economic challenges.
And now, as many organizations continue to navigate the wake of the recent pandemic, Moore Stephens Tiller Director of Business Development, Daniel Sosebee and his team are once again stepping up to help local organizations effectively manage their resources.Watch Now
While creating a hub for innovation is not for the faint of heart, a dedicated team of pioneers at The Water Tower are looking to accomplish just that with their progressive Gwinnett County campus.
With a mission fueled by imagination and informed by research, CEO, Melissa Meeker is helping both public and private industry leaders reenvision the future of water-saving technology.Watch Now
Whether you’re launching a startup or expanding to a new market, navigating commercial real estate for your team’s new home can be a difficult task.
In this week’s Thrive Gwinnett, Rocket IT sits down with CTR Partner’s Head of Client Development, Jason Ferguson, as he elaborates on what it means to be an advocate for the entrepreneurs of a community.Watch Now
While, in Gwinnett County, many schools have successfully adopted the idea of remote learning, innovation has taken off at the Gwinnett School of Math Science and Technology as Dr. Colette Grodzicki helps find new ways to create authentic experiences for the students she serves.Watch Now
When you discover an organization that fully commits to the community it serves, it can sometimes feel like you’ve found a diamond in the rough.
And in this installment of Thrive Gwinnett, we’re shining a light on Garrard Group, a team of stewards that are helping non-profit organizations build offices that will support their missions for years to come.Watch Now
Released on a weekly basis, Thrive Gwinnett is hosted by Rocket IT Community Relationship Coordinator, Colleen Frangos. Throughout the series, Colleen showcases Gwinnett County organizations that have continued to make positive impacts that ensure our community thrives. In turn, she provide audiences with an inside look at local businesses with truly unique cultures and how innovative thinking has provided their teams with an opportunity to overcome adversities.