Fourteen-year-old Olivia Hamilton, far right, serves as a facilitator for the panel discussion at the Bold Moves summer program at the Girls Inc. Baker Center on Levy Road. From left to right, the panelists were Teresa White, president of Aflac U.S.; Alva James-Johnson, Ledger-Enquirer social issues reporter; Heather Avery, Aflac vice president of customer strategy and analytics; Tash-Marie Cheney, Aflac resource manager and budget lead; Tashia Brandenburg, Aflac senior manager of IT project management.
Fourteen-year-old Olivia Hamilton, far right, serves as a facilitator for the panel discussion at the Bold Moves summer program at the Girls Inc. Baker Center on Levy Road. From left to right, the panelists were Teresa White, president of Aflac U.S.; Alva James-Johnson, Ledger-Enquirer social issues reporter; Heather Avery, Aflac vice president of customer strategy and analytics; Tash-Marie Cheney, Aflac resource manager and budget lead; Tashia Brandenburg, Aflac senior manager of IT project management. Special to the Ledger-Enquirer
Fourteen-year-old Olivia Hamilton, far right, serves as a facilitator for the panel discussion at the Bold Moves summer program at the Girls Inc. Baker Center on Levy Road. From left to right, the panelists were Teresa White, president of Aflac U.S.; Alva James-Johnson, Ledger-Enquirer social issues reporter; Heather Avery, Aflac vice president of customer strategy and analytics; Tash-Marie Cheney, Aflac resource manager and budget lead; Tashia Brandenburg, Aflac senior manager of IT project management. Special to the Ledger-Enquirer

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