Henry County Development Authority Adds Cameron Barnhill as Project Manager
The Henry County Development Authority has added Cameron Barnhill to their economic development team as a project manager. He begins his transition into the position this month. The Chason Group was retained by the authority to lead the talent search.
“Henry County continues to experience tremendous growth in new projects thanks to the positive business climate that has been created here,” according to Josh Fenn, executive director of the economic development organization. “Cameron will be playing a significant role in assisting businesses to find the right location and resources to establish operations here. He will be working with our statewide partners to attract new jobs and investments for the community.”
Barnhill, a metro Atlanta native, is a graduate of Kennesaw State University with a bachelor’s degree in management. Earning a place on the President’s and Dean’s List multiple times, he was also a member of Delta Sigma Phi fraternity.
“The opportunity to engage in the economic development field has been a career goal for me,” Barnhill said. “Henry County is recognized as a successful economic development program due in large part to the leadership of elected officials, appointed board members, and professional staff. I look forward to being part of this team and Georgia’s sustained growth in years to come.”
While at KSU, Barnhill was selected as one of 100 college-aged nationwide ambassadors that organized, hosted, and led events showcasing the vast technologies and services offered by Amazon. He also volunteered for KSU Miracle, a student run philanthropy organization devoted to raising money for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta through different fundraisers.