Nicole Love Hendrickson of Gwinnett County Government, along with other community leaders, is vying for HAMerica’s vote and the opportunity to pucker up and KISS-A-PIG in support of men and women with intellectual disabilities and those that have experienced a traumatic brain injury. Yet, to win HAMerica’s vote, she needs your help.
Please consider voting for Nicole Love Hendrickson by making a tax-deductible donation to Annandale Village. Each dollar you are able to contribute will equal one vote for her candidacy. The candidate with the most votes, or funds raised, by June 30th will be named the winner of the Kiss-A-Pig Campaign! More importantly, your support will provide vital programs and services to help people with intellectual disabilities lead lives that reflect quality, value, self-worth, and achievement.
Please give generously…Nicole Love Hendrickson really wants to KISS-A-PIG!
Nicole Love Hendrickson is a native of Providence, Rhode Island. With a passion for service, she attended The University of Georgia where she earned a Master of Social Work Degree with a focus in community development & non-profit management. Hendrickson is a young professional with an extensive background in non-profit management, community organizing, fundraising, strategic planning and community capacity building.
She was recently appointed as the Community Outreach Program Director for Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners and is tasked with developing a comprehensive outreach plan for the County at large. Prior to her current role, Hendrickson served as the Associate Director for the Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services. In that capacity, Hendrickson spearheaded the Gwinnett Neighborhood Leadership Institute, providing grassroots community leadership training to residents. She also led the annual Gwinnett Great Days of Service, which is known as the largest volunteer initiative in the country.
Hendrickson is actively involved in the community, serving in a variety of capacities. Her current involvement includes serving on the Leadership Gwinnett Steering Committee, the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Gwinnett Board, City of Duluth Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, and most recently, the United Way Gwinnett Board.
Hendrickson is a graduate of Leadership Gwinnett 2010, the Georgia Center for Non-Profit Leadership Certification Program, and the American Express Non-Profit Leadership Institute. She also serves as a community coach for the Neighborhood Fund, a Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta program. She has been named Gwinnett Business Journals’ Top 35 under 35 young professionals. In 2011, she was named Gwinnett Braves Tenth Man, an award given to local leaders who embody the spirit of Gwinnett County.
Hendrickson resides in Duluth, Georgia with her husband, Keverne, and son, Kaden.