Leadership Program Reno + Sparks graduates announced
The Reno + Sparks Chamber of Commerce announced the 33rd graduating class of its legacy Leadership Program, which took place on Sept. 8 at Hidden Valley Country Club in Reno.
The list of latest Leadership Program Reno + Sparks graduates were: Alana Dixon- McAllister, NV Energy; Alex Bybee, Barnard Vogler & Co.; Amy Behbehani, Renown Health; Andi Kilgore, Flirtey, Inc.; Audrey Hill, Reno Aces Baseball/Reno 1868 FC; Becky Stidham, Clark & Associates of Nevada, Inc.; Billy Codman, Wells Fargo Bank; Brenda Kross, Intuit; Brian Costello, NV Energy; Brittany Dayton, Washoe County Health District; Carrie Gueda, Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority; Carrie Parker, Snell & Wilmer; Chris Watanabe, REMSA; Clara Andriola, Reno Rodeo Foundation; Dan Waters, Nevada Army National Guard; David Lewandowski, Fennemore Craig, P.C.; Emilee Lager, Hometown Health; Frankie Vigil, Lumos & Associates; Janelle Dye, St. Mary’s Fitness Center; Jenelle Hansen, Whitney Peak Hotel; Jeremiah Jones, Nevada State Bank; Jessie Goodman, Nevada Orthopedics; Kara Player, Eldorado Resorts; Kendra Kostelecky, Waste Management; Lady Militante; Lisa Harrison, Dickson Realty; Marc Bello, Washoe County Sheriff’s Office; Mat Anderson, Academy Mortgage; Roberto Renteria, University of Nevada, Reno; Stasia Warren, The Applied Companies; Tillery Williams, City of Reno; Tim Donohoe, Reno Police Department; and Tom Cunning, Intermountain Electric.
The Leadership Program Reno + Sparks is 9-month series that explore the issues, challenges, and opportunities the community including public education, government, law enforcement, community health and wellness, communication and the media, arts and culture, and the economy.
In addition to classes, this year’s graduates selected a non-profit organization, AWAKEN, and raised the funding to purchase a van for client transportation, additional equipment and support client services.
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