President/CEO McMahon steps down from 21st Century Partnership

WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – President and Chief Executive Officer Bob McMahon is stepping down from 21st Century Partnership.

It will be effective May 4th.

21st Century Partnership released a statement Thursday afternoon.

“Bob has made countless contributions to the Partnership’s success, and we are grateful to have had the benefit of his leadership and vision in Middle Georgia,” said Brad Fink, Chairman of the Partnership’s 501(c)6 Board. “He has set us on the path towards becoming a world-class defense community.”

McMahon did not say where his career would take him next, but he said he will stay in Middle Georgia.

“I am blessed to live in Middle Georgia and will continue to do so,” said McMahon.

McMahon is confident the organization is in good hands.

“The Partnership is a model organization that plays a critical role not only in Georgia but across the entire United States,” said McMahon. “It is critical that they continue their tremendous work in protecting Middle Georgia’s economic engine… Robins Air Force Base.”

The 21st Century Partnership is a nonprofit organization.

It’s mission consists of ensuring viability of Robins Air Force Base and all of Middle Georgia. 

To learn more about the 21st Century Partnership, visit

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