The Board of Directors is very pleased to announce the selection of CLASS XXII
Terry Abel-Fire Chief, Village of Islamorada
Gina Boilini-General Manager, Doc's Diner
Tammy Collins-Sales Consultant, Cooke Communications
Craig Cope-President, Key Largo Chamber of Commerce
Cathy Crane-Chief Deputy Clerk of Court, Monroe County
Jill Cranney-Gage-Sr. Acct., FKAA/Commissioner, FL Keys Mosquito Control District
Jed Dodds-Executive Director, The Studios of Key West
Susan Harrison-Board Director, MARC
Don Hiller-Captain, Inspector General, Monroe Co. Sheriff's Office
Lee Ann Holroyd-Lieutenant, Monroe Co. Sheriff's Office
Jennifer Hulse-Attorney, The Hulse Law Office, PA
Rudy Krause-President, Rudy Krause Construction
Patrick Lefere-Executive Director, Operations and Planning, Monroe County School District
Hal Leftwich-CEO, Fishermen's Community Hospital
Sue Lovley-Legal Asst., Thomas D. Wright Law Offices
Joanne Mahoney-Physician, M.D.
Scott Newton-Owner, Key Colony Help Desk
Cali Roberts-Assistant Executive Director, Womankind
Susan Sprunt-Environment Planner, Village of Islamorada
Dawn Stover-Director of Nursing, Mariners Hospital
Pete Worthington-Owner, E.P.W. Fisheries, & Charter Captain
Elizabeth Young-Executive Director, Florida Keys Council of the Arts
Leadership Monroe County Overview:
Leadership Monroe County seeks to build relationships for constructive alliances among Florida Keys leaders. The program is aimed at residents who are active in leadership roles in the private sector, government, or nonprofit community organizations. Through a series of one- and multi-day sessions, participants examine fundamental segments of the local community and gather information to help them contribute to and make quality leadership decisions. Sessions held over a seven-month period cover topics such as the media, humanities, environment and natural resources (with a particular emphasis on the Everglades), tourism and the local economy, government, education, housing and land use, health and human services, military and the judicial system, as well as leadership skill development.
Alumni are invited for a receptionon Friday, Oct. 4 in Key West to meet and congratulate Class XXII as they embark on their journey, building a better Monroe County.
Friday evening, 6:00-7:30 PM, at the conclusion of Day 1 of the Opening Session, at the DoubleTree Grand Key Resort, Key West.
Complementary hors d'oeurvres and a cash bar will be available.
The Class will introduce themselves, and as expected, will be embraced with great anticipation by alumni and guests.
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