Leadership Plano Announces Class 36 Participants
July 31, 2018
LEADERSHIP PLANO SELECTS 2018-2019 CLASS 36 PARTICIPANTSPlano, TX - August 1, 2018 - The Plano Chamber of Commerce and the Leadership Plano Board of Directors are pleased to announce the 36 members of Leadership Plano Class 36. The roster of community leaders includes civic and community-focused, forward-thinking individuals who are committed to the continued growth and improvement of Plano. Leadership Plano has helped to develop the leadership skills of many civic leaders who have served our community through more than three decades of growth and change.
As a program of the Plano Chamber, Leadership Plano will now come under the direction of Tracy Bartholomew, Director of Membership & Volunteer Development.
“Leadership Plano continues to educate and empower future leaders to serve as volunteers, elected officials, and educated citizens,” states Jamee Jolly, President/CEO of the Plano Chamber.
“As Plano continues to evolve, Leadership Plano has also evolved to include a stronger focus on leadership development while also maintaining the core community awareness curriculum. We look forward to welcoming Class 36 as they begin their journey with Leadership Plano.”
Spanning nine months from September through May, the program is designed to increase community awareness and leadership skills. The opening retreat, a two-day orientation weekend beginning September 15, 2018, at 7 AM at the Plano Chamber, focuses on individual leadership styles and techniques. From October through May, the class spends one day a month examining specific aspects of the community such as education, government, local business and economic development, health and human services, criminal justice system, the arts, and more.
Gaining a broad perspective of the Plano community equips participants to become well-rounded leaders ready to apply their skills in a variety of ways. Leadership Plano provides a foundation for long-term involvement in Plano and assists in launching a supportive community network of colleagues and friends.
Leadership Plano Class 36 List with Affiliations
|Name, Community/Business Involvement||Name, Community/Business Involvement|
|Rebecca Anderson - Community Impact News||Hayden Padgett - Capital One|
|Kelly Andrews - Collin College||Diane Palmer-Boeck - City of Plano|
|Carmin Brown - Toyota Motor North America||Melanie Perkins - Junior League of Collin County|
|Priscilla Brown - Blue Cross and Blue Shield||Ty Phelps - Capital One|
|Brian Chaput - Sanmina Corp||Joyce Reedy - LJ North Texas Executive Services|
|Tricia Clifton - CASA of Collin County||Cristal Retana - Children’s Health|
|Matt Gaston - First United Methodist Church||Patrick Rohan - Medical City Plano|
|Misty Hoyt - Photography by Misty||Lori Schwarz - City of Plano|
|Donna Ivy - Junior League of Collin County||Rekha Shenoy - Community Dental|
|Sam Johnson - Rosenberg, Johnson & Sparks||Jennifer Shertzer - Plano Magazine|
|Magesh Kandavadivel - Bank of America||Janet Smith - JKS by Design|
|Bob Kehr - Kehr Technologies||Anjelica Solano - North Texas Tollway Authority|
|Daniel LaBroad - Ovation Health & Life Services||Nicholas Stewart - Cigna|
|Kristin Linscott - City of Plano||Maria Tu - Law Offices of Maria Tu, P.C.|
|Brian Lyons - Plano ISD Principal||Terry Weiner - Community Volunteer|
|Stacy Maisel - Intuit||Stephanie Wells - Methodist Health Hospital|
|Lawrence Mann - Plano ISD Teacher||Mary Kathryn Werner - GradPath, LLC|
|Elizabeth Minchew - Liberty Mutual||Trisha Windham - The Davis Advocates|
About Leadership Plano: Leadership Plano began in 1983 and is dedicated to educating, developing and empowering current and future leaders for the community and motivating them to serve civic, charitable and business organizations. For more information, visit www.leadershipplano.org.
About the Plano Chamber of Commerce: Established in 1946, the Plano Chamber represents over 1,200 businesses and community organizations in Plano and the surrounding area. Accredited as a 5-Star Chamber by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and 2018 Chamber of the Year, the Plano Chamber of Commerce is committed to maximizing business development and economic growth of the community through advocacy, education, innovation, and collaboration.
Jamee Jolly, President/ CEO