Posted December 6, 2016
Dr. Sherry Hartnett has been elected president of the Rotary Club of Pensacola in a mid-year change. Former President Brian Baumgardner resigned due to a work transfer. Dr. Hartnett, who was serving as President-Elect, has agreed to accept the office early.
A marketing and leadership consultant and professor, Sherry finds personal satisfaction in assisting individuals, teams, and organizations in achieving solutions that benefit both the employee and the organization. As a senior-level executive for more than 20 years, Sherry has led and coached teams in various not-for-profit and for-profit industries. As owner/principal consultant for Hartnett Marketing Solutions, her areas of specialization include: Corporate Strategic Planning, Marketing Strategy, Brand Development, Organizational Learning, and Executive Mentoring.
Raised in the Washington, DC area, Sherry received a Doctorate in Business Administration from Georgia State University, a Masters in Management from Johns Hopkins University, and a Bachelors in Marketing from Towson University. Her current research has focused on Digital and Social Media Marketing, Marketing Analytics and Health Care.
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