Sarah Beth Wilson Named 2018 Madison County Young Professional of the Year by MCBL&F and MCEDA

Sarah Beth Wilson, a Shareholder in CCTB’s Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy Practice Group, was presented with the 2018 Madison County Young Professional of the Year Award by the Madison County Business League & Foundation and the Madison County Economic Development Association at the 10th Annual VISION Celebration Luncheon held at the Country Club of Jackson on October 16, 2018, which was attended by over 400 statewide, county, and municipal elected officials, members of the judiciary, and business and industry leaders from entities and organizations operating in and around the county and from across Mississippi.

After her appointment to the Steering Committee responsible for creation of the Madison County Young Professionals, an arm of the Madison County Business League & Foundation, Wilson was elected by her peers to serve as Vice-Chairman during the MCYP’s Inaugural Year (2016-17), then she was elected and served as Chairman of the organization during its second year (2017-18), during which time the MCYP expanded its membership to over 250 young professionals. Comprised of young professionals ages 39 and under from public and private industries operating in and around Madison County, the mission of the MCYP is to create and foster development of relationships between young industry leaders in order to encourage and drive economic growth and development and innovation through public and private partnerships.

For information on joining the Madison County Business League & Foundation and/or regarding Madison County Young Professional events, see http://madisoncountybusinessleague.com/ or contact Jan Collins, MCBL&F Executive Director, at collins.jan01@gmail.com.