Thursday, May 19, 2016

LEGACY Announces Next Generation Leader Award Finalists

2016 LEGACY, Northern Kentucky’s Young Professional Organization announced the 2016 Next Generation Leader Award Finalists.

The Next Generation Leader Awards are designed to salute the region’s young professionals under the age of 40 for significant accomplishments in their chosen professional field, demonstrated leadership, as well as their contribution to the community.

Fort Thomas residents, Adam Meier, Carla Landon and Jeffrey Sackenheim were nominated in their groups.

Carla Landon and Adam Meier 

BUSINESS/FINANCIAL/LEGAL SERVICES
Elizabeth Corbett, Focus On Success
Sandra Eismann-Harpen, Frost Brown Todd
Justin Vanderglas, Clark Schaefer Hackett

COMMUNICATIONS/MARKETING/SALES
Carla Landon, Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
Eric Langevin, UC Health
Katie Simms, TQL

COMMUNITY & SOCIAL SERVICES

Andy Brunsman, Be Concerned
Laura Menge, The Greater Cincinnati Foundation
Mike Moroski, UpSpring

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
Mark Ramler, Mansion Hill Properties
Jeffrey Sackenheim, SHP Leading Design
Tyler Watkins, Work Architecture + Design

EDUCATION
Heather Gerker, Children Inc
Tom Haggard, Covington Partners
Ryan Salzman, NKU

ENTREPRENEURIAL
Natasia Malaihollo, Wyzerr
Lacy Starling, Legion Logistics
Emily Wolff, Otto’s

GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Ben Baker, Immedion
Adam Meier, Office of Governor Bevin
Meghan Sandfoss, NKADD

MEDICAL & HEALTHCARE SERVICES
Katie Koch, St. Elizabeth Physicians
Meriden Peters, Interact for Health
Sarah Wood, St. Elizabeth Healthcare

Award winners will be announced at the award ceremony on July 14th.

To support your favorite young professional register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/next-generation-leader-awards-tickets-24649742042

Legacy was created as an initiative of Forward Quest on January 1, 2000.

The purpose behind Legacy’s creations was to provide a forum that would offer the next generation of leaders the support and development needed to be successful in their careers and personal life while contributing positively to the region. Since that time Legacy has engaged with the Greater Cincinnati/Northern KY region by efforts such as Paint the Town, Legacy 5K Rock and Run, mentoring, and professional development sessions.

Legacy partnered with the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce on January 1, 2008 in performance and fulfillment of its mission.

The mission of LEGACY is as follows: LEGACY encourages young leaders who embrace the principles of meaningful participation, effective citizenship and extraordinary imagination to unite in an effort to enhance the quality of life and economic well-being in the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati communities.

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