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PRESENTING CLASS XXIII

The Summer Recruitment Socials in Key West, Marathon and Islamorada had over 150 alumni and potential candidates attending, with keen interest for the upcoming Class XXIII. On August 8, the deadline for Applications was met, and on August 20, the LMC Selection Committee deliberated to review and choose the new Class, formally announced on August 29.

Congratulations to all! The new session commences on October 3, in Key West, and Alumni are invited to the Meet The Class reception, 5:30-7:00 at the Navy Gateway, NAS.

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  • Jeanine Basso - Office & Events Manager, Marathon Chamber of Commerce
  • Jessica Cranney - Area Catering Sales Manager, Remington Hotels
  • Alyson Crean - Public Information Officer, City of Key West
  • Michael Doyle - Executive Director, Florida Keys Mosquito Control District
  • Demetrios Efstratiou - Assistant State Attorney, State Attorney Office
  • Trish Gibson - Chief Assistant Public Defender, Monroe County
  • Kris Gustinger - Property Manager, Ocean Harbour Condominium Association
  • Jeffrey Harwell - Owner/Designer, j design company
  • Janet Hinkle - Owner/Captain, Lion's Paw Life Sailing Charters
  • Dawn Hire - Patient Care Manager, Emergency Dept., Mariners Hospital
  • Mary Lou Hoover - Fundraising/Outreach Coordinator, 2-1-1 Helpline of the Keys
  • John Johnson - Fire Chief, City of Marathon
  • Bill Kelly - Owner, Kelly & Son Electric, Inc.
  • Lisa Knowles - Finance Director, Monroe County Sheriff's Office
  • Nicole Kraus - Director, Human Resources, Florida Keys Electric Cooperative
  • Julie Marshall - President, Hibiscus Maraketing
  • Debbie Mason - President, Strategists, Inc.
  • Erin Muir - Legislative Aide, Florida House of Representatives
  • Mark Senmartin - Councilman, City of Marathon
  • Jo Socha - Executive Assistantof Internal Affairs, Monroe County Sheriff's Office
  • Patrick Stevens - President, Law Offices of Patrick M. Stevens
  • Bob Thomas - Owner, Key Largo Chocolates


 

   

 

 

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.



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