PeakLogix CEO, Bob Giberson, made his mark on the community last week in an important way. He was one of the Richmond area CEOs to take part in Junior Achievement. Bob spoke at Meadowbrook High School in Chesterfield County to Mr. Tim Gilbert’s Government class to a group of 26 students.

Junior Achievement brings local business leaders into classrooms to talk with students about the importance of ethics in business and life.

Bob was one of 150 executives visiting 150 classrooms in 25 local high schools.

“It was a huge success,” said Anne Marie McHugh, President of Junior Achievement of Central Virginia. The mission of the organization is to teach children how to succeed in a global economy.

Developing the next generation of our workforce is a cause that we view as imperative for business leaders to support, and we hope you will consider doing the same in your community.

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