Chamber’s leadership Lee’s Summit holds graduation

May 23, 2014 

The Leadership Lee’s Summit program, sponsored by the Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce, graduated 24 students at a luncheon held in their honor on May 14, at Longview Mansion. The students completed nine months of leadership training, community service hours and a class project as part of their requirement.

Congratulations to the following 2014 graduates:

Cindy Barber, TMC-Lakewood

Scott Barton, Hollis + Miller Architects

Mark Bieber, Unity Hotel & Conference Center

Jennifer Brown, Metcalf Bank

Chris Culbertson, Creative Planning Risk Services

Kaitlin Drennan, Northwestern Mutual - Wirsig Team

Andrew Felker, Chinnery Evans & Nail, P.C.

Sharel Hagar, Hawthorn Bank

Matthew Killion, Missouri Department of Transportation

Michelle Kinnison, Lakewood Counseling TMC

Kim Klockenga, John Knox Village

Michelle Kralicek, Saint Luke’s East Hospital

Patrick Kueny, Lee’s Summit Medical Center

Beto Lopez, Arvest Bank

Kelley Manning, Waddell & Reed - Manning

Tami Morrow, MCC-Longview

Brett Randol, Polsinelli PC

Kevin Reaves, Lee’s Summit Police Department

Scott Rowe, Arvest Bank

Brian Scott, City of Lee’s Summit

Sarah Shelton, Reinhart Foodservice

Vanessa Starke, Starke Law Offices

Trevor Stiles, City of Lee’s Summit

Katie Tholen, Equity Bank

Leadership Lee’s Summit was developed to assist in motivating the visionary leaders of the area. Since its inception in 1991, the program has graduated more than 475 leaders who have gathered knowledge and skills to become influential in the community.

Approximately 25 participants are selected each year based on strict criteria, including personal motivation, an interest to serve in Lee’s Summit, potential or existing opportunities for advancement to top leadership positions, willingness to commit time and energy to complete the program and full support of the business or organization that is represented.

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