Friday, July 3, 2015

Impact Northern Kentucky Announces Leadership Classes

Impact Northern Kentucky, a nonprofit of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, is honored to announce the Leadership Northern Kentucky (LNK) and Regional Youth Leadership (RYL) classes of 2016. LNK and RYL use the community as a classroom to develop leaders to effectively serve the region. These programs are designed to help a diverse group of potential, emerging, and existing community leaders acquire an understanding of the strengths and challenges of the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati area, and the skills necessary to motivate and engage others in collaborative efforts to address them.

The 51 participants of the LNK Class of 2016 will participate in the eight-month long program representing a cross section of the community, including business, government, education, media, non-profit agencies, health services and community organizations.

“We have assembled a great team and look forward to leading this group to have an imaginative and intentional impact on Northern Kentucky and our region.  LNK programs will expose the class to many of the issues surrounding our region, and show where we need to collaborate and get better at making this the best place to live, work and play. This will allow them to immerse themselves in organizations and causes where they can be the most effective and become change makers.  Watch for great things to come from the Class of 2016 with our theme of Imaginative and Intentional Leadership,” said LNK 2016 Chair Amy Quinn, Vice President of Commonwealth Bank and Trust Company

The RYL Class of 2016 is comprised of 48 students representing 38 different high schools in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Throughout the eight-month program, RYL unites these young leaders so that they may identify, develop, refine, and practice their leadership skills in order to become catalysts for change. Students participating in Regional Youth Leadership are presented with new challenges and opportunities for intellectual, creative, social and personal growth.

Leadership Northern Kentucky Class of 2016

Stephanie Allgeyer, VonLehman & Company

Gary Auffart, City of Newport
Josh Batchelor, Linnemann Funeral Homes
Deborah Beil, Southern Air, Inc.
Nichole Braun, Newport/Adult Learning Center
Justin Brown, Novolex/Duro Bag
Patricia Burgess, Frost Brown Todd
Edward Butler, Kenton County Fiscal Court
Rhonda Chisenhall, American Cancer Society
Laurie Conkright, St. Elizabeth Healthcare
Jason Crawford, Sanitation District No. 1
Keith Dershem, Fifth Third Bank
James Dickerson,Taft Stettinius & Hollister, LLP
Kevin Donnelly, NKY Tri-County Economic Development Corporation
Greta Elenbaas, Citi
Katherine Enzweiler, BB&T
Christian Gamm, Northern Kentucky University
Tyler Gastright, Jedson Engineering
Jack Gatlin, Freund Freeze & Arnold
Michael Hall, Citi
Amy Hatfield, Gateway Community and Technical College
Merle Heckman, Regal Beloit
Daniel Hunt, Ziegler & Schneider, PSC.
Watson Jones, C.K. Ash & Associates
Mary Jindra Koch, St. Elizabeth Physicians
Kara Kramer, City of Crestview Hills
Tina LeGris, St. Elizabeth Healthcare
Jonathan Marshall, DG Advisors
Sylvanus Masih, Grace Fellowship Church
Diana McGlade, Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
Christopher Nordloh, Kenton County Attorney’s Office
Karen Pawsat, Messer Construction Company
Michelle Proud, PNC Bank
Elizabeth Reeder, Adams, Stepner, Woltermann & Dusing
Joseph Reusch, DHL Express
Kathleen Roberts, Northern Kentucky University
Casey Ruschman, Duke Energy
Jonathan Salisbury, Nexigen
Stephen Saunders, Kenton County Airport Board
Dana Schilling, General Cable
Pamela Schmitt, RiverPoint Capital Management
Christopher Schutte, Lakeside Park – Crestview Hills Police Department
Kim Serra, Campbell County Fiscal Court
Michael Stafford, Owen Electric Cooperative
Joy Tarleton, Chick-fil-A Houston Road
Torika Thompson, NKY Community Action Commission/YouthBuild NKY
Drew Tilow, Northern Kentucky Area Development District
Erin Tuemler, Interior Design Consulting Inc.
Robert Whelan, USI Insurance Services
Emily Wherle, Northern Kentucky Health Department
Julie Witten, 4C for Children

Regional Youth Leadership Class of 2016

Madison Baehner, Conner High School
Molly Bilz, Holy Cross High School
Bradley Blanchet, Newport Central Catholic High School
Molly Bonino, Mount Notre Dame High School
Natalie Boucher, Villa Madonna Academy
Thomas Brockhoff, Holmes High School
Noelle Brooks, Dayton High School
Calla Bross, Amelia High School
Rachel Crawford, Lloyd Memorial High School
Benjamin Derge, Wyoming High School
Lily Fennell, Highlands High School
Katherine Fields, Dixie Heights High School
Logan Franxman, Covington Catholic High School
Matthew Frondorf, LaSalle High School
Jacob Grabowski, Sycamore High School
Colton Graham, Campbell County High School
Julia Harrison, Covington Latin School
Noah Holtman, Scott High School
Kamryn Huff, Boone County High School
Julia James, Notre Dame Academy
Sydney Johnson, Ryle High School
Caroline Karwisch, St. Ursula Academy
Esther Kim, Seven Hills School
Matthew LaMacchia, Summit Country Day School
Griffin Lamb, Covington Catholic High School
Scott McQueen, Villa Madonna Academy
Matthew Miller, Sycamore High School
Hailey Mueller, Newport High School
Lauren Mulcahy, Walton-Verona High School
Isabelle Murray, Taylor High School
Drew Ousley, Calvary Christian High School
Prescott Overbey, Mariemont High School
Vishnu Paranandi, Wyoming High School
Peter Paul, Madeira High School
Hannah Pilon, Summit Country Day School
Kaitlyn Powell, Cooper High School
Adam Redfield, Beechwood High School
Spencer Shatto, Homeschool
Mrinal Singh, Indian Hill High School
CheyAnn Strasinger, Walton-Verona High School
Alexus Twehues, Bishop Brossart High School
Katlyn Warndorf, Ludlow High School
Madison Webb, Beechwood High School
Grant Webster, St. Henry District High School
Madison Wells, Taylor High School
Margaret Whelan, Notre Dame Academy
Hailey Wiggins, Pendleton High School
Max Wills, Seven Hills School


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IMPACT Northern Kentucky serves to positively enhance the NKY business climate by increasing the region’s workforce and leadership pipeline and carrying out charitable objectives of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce

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