Leadership Weld County
The Greeley Area Chamber is committed to identifying, preparing and promoting emerging community leaders. Dedication to this initiative has been a longtime priority. The Greeley Area Chamber is proud to offer leadership development programs and promote leadership opportunities to our Chamber Investors. These programs play a vital role in creating a strong and vibrant community with lofty dreams, inspiration and commitment to the future of Greeley.
Leadership Weld County has been identifying and training Weld County citizens for more than 35 years.
Leadership Northern Colorado
Leadership Northern Colorado is a joint initiative of the Greeley, Fort Collins and Loveland Chambers of Commerce; the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado and the Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld County.
WHAT DOES THE 2020 PROGRAM LOOK LIKE?
•Six-month program – January 28, 2020 to June 23, 2020
•Fourth Tuesday of each month, 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
•Classroom and tour-based instruction The tuition for the six-month program is $850 and includes all meals, session materials and graduation recognition.
WHAT TOPICS WILL BE ADDRESSED?
•Public Governance •Land Use and Infrastructure •Education and Workforce •Economic Development •Regional Leadership
WHO SHOULD APPLY?
As Leadership Northern Colorado functions as an extension of local Leadership programs, graduates of Leadership Fort Collins, Leadership Loveland and Leadership Weld County are encouraged to apply. In addition, individuals who are leaders within their own organizations, and who desire to make a long-term impact on the region, should also apply. Only 30 individuals will be selected to participate.
Tuition for this program will be $850. It covers six months of learning, all meals, session materials and graduation.
For full details, scholarship information and everything else, visit leadershipnortherncolorado.com.
WHO SHOULD APPLY
An elite extension of the local Leadership programs, graduates of local leadership programs and individuals in leadership positions in their organizations desiring to make a long term impact on the region. Graduates of local leadership programs will be given priority consideration in the selection process.
2019 -20 Leadership Weld County Class
Charity Beaman –Columbine Commons Health & Rehab
Paul Bordoni –EnviroTech Services –
LeAnne Collins –UCHealth
Tim Coons –Weld Community Foundation
Andrew Esquival –FirstBank
Matt Estrin –Tower 56 Distilling
Alisa Evans –Stewart Title
Kelly Geary-Swift Communications
Sarah Glaser –Martin Marietta
Jesse Haverkamp –Cintas Corporation
Tiffany Hettinger –Med Trans Coordinator
Nick Kenny –Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra
Cameron Kokes –Pepso Co. Pepsi Beverages
Stephanie Lucio-Aims Community College
Aaron Lund –Northern Engineering Sevices
Kaycee Lytle –Bank of Colorado
Jerry Martin –Greeley Tribune
Jill Mauer –Greeley Tribune
Adam Michaels –Colorado Air National Guard
Alanna Moses –Anderson & Whitney, PC
Kristi Ogren –Coldwell Banker
Jenn Palmer –ADEO
Natyce Parent –Greeley Area Chamber of Commerce
Nancy Patton –Canvas Credit Union
James Penfold –State Farm Insurance
Charlie Pepin –First National Bank
Jacob Pottoroff –Legacy Financial Group
Shane Ritchie –Northern Engineering
Rachel Slick –North Range Behavioral Health
Jeff Stanahan –Greeley Fire Department
Kelly Stroham –Keller Williams Realty – The Stroham Group
Matt Tufly –Construction Concepts, Inc.
2020 Leadership Northern Colorado Class
Karina Amaya, Employment Services of Weld County
Stephanie Ashley, Brinkman & Brinkman Construction
Mandana Ashouripashaki, CSU Ventures
Crystal Bidwell, Ditesco
Claire Bouchard, United Way of Larimer County
Beau Bump, Cline Williams Wright Johnson & Oldfather, LLP
AnnaRose Cunningham, North Front Range MPO
Megan Ferguson, Impact Develompent Fund
Shauna Gray, Chipper’s Lanes
BrightHeart Headrick, Parent-Child Interaction Center
Noah Hutchison, Mighty Hand Construction
Anne Marie Jacobson, Front Range Community College
Logan Jones, WorkLife Partnership
Charles Jordan, RLH Engineering, Inc.
Nathan Kinney, Banner Health
Alex Koenigsberg, Arula
Elizabeth Mahoney, Complete Professional Development
Debbie Mayer, Colorado State University
Beth McDaniel, Centennial Lending, LLC
Liz McMillan, Canvas Credit Union
Chris McPhail, Western States Bank
Jenny Meaeda, Neighbor to Neighbor
Timothy Merlino, Pinyon Environmental
Corinne Millington, Town of Windsor
Shannon Mosness, UCHealth Northern Colorado Foundation
Sara Muth, First National Bank of Omaha
Reanna Philpot, Loveland Chamber of Commerce
Ted Ray, Great Western Bank
Donna Reiser, Colorado State University Alumni Association
Carrie Rossman, YMCA of the Rockies
Jana Sanchez, LaunchNo.CO
Jon Schwartzbauer, Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards
Allison Seabeck, Warehouse Business Accelerator
Benjamin Snow, City of Greeley
Megan Streetman, Animal Friends Alliance
Kristy Wygmans, Pour Brothers Community Tavern
Jill Zamzow, UCHealth