Leadership Thurston County Kicks Off the Class of 2014

Leadership Thurston County


Submitted by Leadership Thurston County

Leadership Thurston County (LTC) and the Thurston County Chamber Foundation are pleased to welcome the 36 members of the Class of 2014.

Mike Babauta, Boys & Girls Clubs of Thurston CountyLeadership Thurston County

Andrea Ballard, Expecting Change

Wayne Ballew, Puget Sound Energy

Jessie Bensley, Port of Olympia

Alisha Blain, Thurston County Chamber

Dennis Bloom, Intercity Transit

Tim Braniff, Thurston County Sheriff’s Office

Jan Cahill, Port of Olympia

Kim Combs, Olympia Downtown Association

Liz Davis, Junior League of Olympia

Gayla Duerr, TwinStar Credit Union

Wade Duffy, City of Lacey

Meg Dwyer, Saint Martin’s University

Nick Eisenmann, Capitol City Press

Meghan Feuk, LOTT Clean Water Alliance

Jessica Forsman, Capital Medical Center

Wayne Graham, Thurston County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office

Bonnie Herrington, City of Olympia

Roger Horn, City of Olympia Planning Commission

Kasandra Jaquez, Anchor Bank

Sandra Kaiser, The Evergreen State College

Robbi Kesler, Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation

Paul Larsen, The Crisis Clinic of Thurston & Mason Counties

Donnie Miller, GCI Ad Agency

Kathy Pickernell, Lucky Eagle Casino

Carlos Quiles, City of Tumwater

Jessica Rice, Express Employment Professionals

Karla Robertson, Columbia Bank

Laurie Schindler, Morningside

Amber Smith, LOTT Clean Water Alliance

Heather Stafford Smith, Intercity Transit

Ann Sweeney, Red Lion Hotel of Olympia

Aram Wheeler, Heritage Bank

Caleb White, South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity Stores

Kristy Wolf, City of Tumwater

Ramsey Zimmerman, Thurston Economic Development Council

An experience-based program, LTC develops informed, connected and committed civic leaders. The class runs from September through June. Participants spend a day a month with decision-makers exploring local issues as well as leadership challenges and opportunities.

Since 1994, over 500 graduates from businesses, public agencies and non-profit organizations have completed the course. LTC is a program of the Thurston County Chamber Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) educational, non-profit organization. For information, go to www.LeadThurstonCounty.com or call 360.357.8515.


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