2nd District Represented Among 'Young Superstars'
Sep 1, 2003
|Georgia Trend Magazine has selected Kenneth Cutts, District Director on the Second District Congressional staff of U.S. Representative Sanford Bishop, as one of the state’s 40 most outstanding young people under the age of 40 for 2003.
The publication, which covers business and politics statewide, annually selects what it calls a “40 Under 40” list of young Georgians who have achieved extraordinary records at a young age. The choices for 2003, described by the magazine as “Georgia’s young superstars,” include people from business, government, education, the military, and the arts.
“Kenneth’s job is to help me reach out to individuals citizens and community leaders throughout the 27 counties that make up the Second Congressional District so we can effectively address their needs, and he fulfills this responsibility with great energy and dedication,” Representative Bishop said. “This recognition is well deserved. I’m extremely proud that our area of the state is represented among the younger high achievers from throughout Georgia.”
Mr. Cutts, 30, a native of Albany, who has served as a field representative and now as director of district operations for the Second Congressional District, has an extensive record in community affairs, including service on the boards of directors for The Boys and Girls Club of Albany, the Albany Civil Rights Museum, the Faith Community Outreach Center, and the Southwest Georgia chapters of the American Red Cross, Easter Seals and Therapeutic Riding Center.
He is noted as a motivational speaker for young people, which he says has been one of his aspirations in life.
Georgia Trend is hosting a dinner Tuesday (10/7) to honor those named to the 2003 “40 Under 40” list.