CB Yadav on Georgians First Commission for small businesses
Chandra (CB) Yadav has been appointed by Georgia Governor Brian Kemp to the Georgians First Commission. The 18-member commission will consider ways to streamline government regulations to promote small business growth. They will review regulations and procedures to remove inefficiencies and cut red tape.
Yadav is a small business owner from Kingsland, Camden County, Georgia, and the owner of the Gope Group of companies. He was a member of the Deal for Governor Finance Committee and the Inaugural Executive Committee.
He serves on the board of the Kingsland Tourism as Chair, Camden Partnership, Camden County Joint Development Authority, the Camden County Chamber of Commerce, Georgia Chamber, and Coin Operated Amusement Machine (COAM) as Secretary.
He served on the board of the Kingsland Development Authority (KDA) as Vice Chair, and the Kingsland Downtown Development Authority (KDDA). He also served on the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) board.
CB attended Camden Leadership 2010, Southeast Georgia Leadership 2018 and Leadership Georgia 2018. CB earned his bachelor’s degree in Computer Science & Engineering. He and his wife Sugandha have two sons, Aditya and Shivansh Yadav.
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