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Ginger Herring

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President & CEO, 1st Franklin Financial Corporation

Ginger is the President and CEO of 1st Franklin Financial Corporation, a family owned business started by her grandfather in 1941. She is a University of Georgia graduate with a degree in Management. Active for many years with AFSA, Ginger has served as the Independents Section Chair, AFSA Education Foundation (AFSAEF) Chair, member of the AFSAEF Endowment Campaign Committee, Professional Development Committee, and NICCM Board of Governors. Currently, she is serving as the AFSA Chair of the Board for the 2017-2018 term. Ginger received the AFSA Distinguished Service Award in 2014. She is an active member of the World Presidents Organization, and of many networks associated with that organization. Locally and at a state level, Ginger has served on boards for Northeast Georgia CASA, Northeast Georgia March of Dimes, Georgia Camp Fire USA, Leadership Toccoa-Stephens County, and currently for the Toccoa-Stephens County Boys & Girls Club. Ginger is an active member of Toccoa First United Methodist Church, and in her spare time loves to hike, camp, read and enjoy music of all kinds. She is a Gigi to three, a mother to two, and a wife of 31 years to one, Kip Herring.

Areas I would like to learn more about: Anything related to technology, innovation, and learning when to speak up and when to shut up.

Call me at (706) 886-7571

Ginger Herring
Apr 29, 2019

President & CEO, 1st Franklin Financial Corporation

Ginger is the President and CEO of 1st Franklin Financial Corporation, a family owned business started by her grandfather in 1941. She is a University of Georgia graduate with Read the rest

Julie Ausland
Apr 29, 2019

President & COO, Cashco Financial Services, Inc., Tigard, OR


In 1996, Julie was hired by Cashco Financial Services as the part-time bookkeeper. The company had three employees and less than $500,000 in outstandings. A few monthsRead the rest

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