The Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce has announced the 2018 class of Leadership Bowling Green.
The nine-month leadership development program is designed for professionals from a wide range of backgrounds who want to make a positive impact on the community. Participants gain knowledge that enables them to address a variety of complex issues facing our growing region. Topics include economic development, education, and government.
Kaleigh Averdick, Western Kentucky University
Robert Boone, South Central Workforce Development Board
Sterling Borders, Med Center Health
Tiffany Bosse, Johnson Controls, Inc.
Liz Bradley, Lulu's Fine Home Furnishings & Consignments
Sharon Carter, Fort Knox Federal Credit Union
Jessie Cox, Franklin Bank & Trust Company
Katie Davenport, Hilton Garden Inn Bowling Green
Magen Estep, VIP Bowling Green
Natalie Feldman, Kerrick Bachert PSC
April Flowers, Village Manor/Christian Care Communities
Amy Gearlds, Graves-Gilbert Clinic
David Glisson, Irving Materials, Inc.
Heather Hawkins, Farmers National Bank
Tori Henninger, Barren River Area Safe Space, Inc.
Lance Hester, NASCO
Kristin Hildabrand, Warren County Cooperative Extension Service
Taylor Howard, NCM Motorsports Park
Scarlet Jent, American Bank & Trust Company, Inc.
Caitlin Moore, Hancock Bank & Trust Company
Leah Morrison, English, Lucas, Priest & Owsley, LLP
Jennifer Oaks, Liberty Imaging
Jennifer O'Connor, Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC
Tracey Pharris, BB&T
Christopher Royse, Southcentral Kentucky Community & Technical College
Ashlyn Smith, Hyatt Place Bowling Green
Amanda Sowell, Harlin Parker Attorneys at Law
Brooke Vinson, Coldwell Banker-Legacy Real Estate Group
Melissa Whitley, Hope Harbor A Sexual Trauma Recovery Center
Kim Wilson, Wilson Counseling, LLC
Savannah York, First State Bank
Mark Yurchisin, Amy Milliken, Warren County Attorney.
The application process begins in November.
For more information about Leadership Bowling Green click here.
About Leadership Bowling Green:
Leadership Bowling Green is a leadership development program coordinated by the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce. The program, which began in 1985, involves nine sessions, beginning with a retreat in April and ending with a graduation in November.
From applications submitted, 25 to 32 individuals are chosen each year to participate in Leadership Bowling Green. During the nine sessions, the class studies the community's strengths and challenges through lectures, discussions, tours and role-playing activities. The goal is to gain a wide knowledge about Bowling Green through an overview of a variety of community functions.