Leonard Bevill is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Macon Occupational Medicine. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Recreational Therapy and a Master of Science Degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Ergonomics and Biomechanics from Georgia Southern University.
He has seventeen years of experience in providing a variety of Occupational Health programs to various business and industries locally, regionally, and nationally. He has been recognized by the National Association of Occupational Health Professionals (NAOHP) with a Certificate of Competency in Occupational Health Practice Management. Leonard also has completed specialized training in Ergonomics through completion of the Applied Ergonomics Professional Residency Program. He has also undergone training to obtain certificates as a Certified Impairment Evaluation Specialist, Certified Work Capacity Evaluator, Certified Work Rehabilitation Evaluator, Certified Functional Capacity Evaluator, Certified Functional Job Analysis Evaluator, Certified Pre-work Screening Evaluator, Certified Breath Alcohol Technician, and Certified Professional Collector.
Leonard currently serves as the Chairman for the Board of Directors of the Better Business Bureau of Central Georgia and The CRSA. He also serves as the Treasure of the Board of Directors for the Macon-Bibb County Convention and Visitors Bureau and as the Sergeant of Arms for the Downtown Macon Rotary Club. Leonard also serves on the Board of Directors for the Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Macon, United Way of Central Georgia, Good Vocations at Goodwill Industries, and The Central Georgia Technical College Foundation.
Leonard was recently name to the 2007 list of Georgia’s “40 Under 40 – Best and Brightest in Business, Education, Politics, Science and the Arts” presented by Georgia Trend Magazine. Leonard is a graduate of the Leadership Macon’s Class of 2004 and was named to Macon Magazine’s “Five Under Forty” list of up and coming Business Leader’s in Central Georgia in 2005. Under Leonard’s leadership, Macon Occupational Medicine was named the recipient of the 2004 Better Business Bureau’s Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics and the 2005 Small Business of the Year by the Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce. Macon Occupational Medicine was also recently selected as the 2007 “Partner in Economic Development” by the Macon Economic Development Commission for it’s significant contributions to the economic vitality of Central Georgia.