NEJC Chamber announces Leadership Northeast Class of 2013
The Northeast Johnson County Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce their Class of 2013. Leadership Northeast is an education leadership program that consists of nine sessions devoted to identifying and strengthening the leadership skills of participants and putting that knowledge into action in the Northeast Johnson County communities. Some of the core components of the course include: leadership styles, volunteerism, community building, state government, economic development, county government, public safety and regional issues. Each of the sessions will focus on an area of leadership development. Crucial skills will be fostered through various speakers, hands-on experiences, community involvement, meetings with key leaders in the NEJC community and working with fellow class members to identify potential solutions. Graduates of Leadership Northeast have gone on to serve in leadership capacities in their organizations, their neighborhoods and in city and state government.
Class of 2013 Jennifer Boren, Community America Credit Union Todd Boyer, Kansas City Public Library Chris Coffman, Affiliated Management Services Amy Dillon, Shawnee Mission School District Richard France, Johnson County Community College Becky Fast, City of Roeland Park, Councilmember Erick Haberkorn, ReTouch Cpt. Ben Hadley, City of Mission Police Department Melissa Harris, ScriptPro Joshua Hill, Foulston Siefkin Kim Huyett, University of Kansas Medical Center Laura Knight, ISS World Kathy Lockard, Sylvester Powell Jr. Community Center Amy Meunier, Brighton Gardens of Prairie Village Vincent Miller, Johnson County Community College Kinsley Riggs, Johnson County Library Anna Slocum, Merriam Parks and Recreation Department Lt. Ken Smith, City of Mission Police Department Becca Wagner, First National Bank of Kansas Ken Werne, Johnson County Library Kim Young, City of Fairway
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