Leadership Academy announces 2012 class

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The Hamilton County Leadership Academy, established in 1991 to educate and inspire leadership to create a positive impact in our communities, has selected a new class of participants.  The following participants will graduate from the program in June 2012.
Heidi Abel
Manager, Emergency Services, St. Vincent Medical Center Northeast
Patrick Appleton
Business Banking Relationship Manager, Key Bank
Shane Barney
Office Sales Manager, Beck’s Superior Hybrids
Séamus Boyce
Associate, Church Church Hittle & Antrim
David Burian
Special Assistant / Systems Administrator, U.S. Congressman Dan Burton
Ben Davis
Owner, BLACK BULL Group
Brenda Delaney
Controller, Central Indiana Community Foundation
Lisa Dick
Technical Services Manager, Carmel Clay Public Library
Robyn Eaton
Regional Manager, NTS DevelopmentPatricia Gamble-Moore
Vice President, Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership
Chad Garrard
Market Manager / Assistant VP, The Farmers Bank
Marnie Glanner
Executive Director, Franklin University
Krista Grubb
Business Manager, Carmel Dad’s Club
Joanne Hogle
Program Advisor, Community Assistance  Program
Kevin Kane
Managing Editor, Current in Carmel
Marcilynn Keys
Community Volunteer, Carmel
Emily Lovison
Individual & Corporate Giving Officer, The Center for the Performing Arts
Beth Meister
Co-owner, BEET Properties, Property Management
Chris Mertens
Director of Information Technology, Hamilton County
Matt Mitchell
Division Chief/Fire Marshal, Noblesville Fire Department
Ryan Mooney
Banking Center Manager, First Merchants Bank
Andrew Murray
Planner, City of Westfield
Mary Noble
Director of Member Services, Noblesville Chamber of Commerce
Jason Shonkwiler
Group Leader, Target Corporation
Kanwal Sidhu, MD
Owner/Partner, Serenity Medical Center
Cory Spaulding
Branch Manager, FORUM Credit Union
Toby Stark
Executive Director, Chaucie’s Place
Kyle Sweet
Financial Advisor
Financial Partners GroupNick Verhoff
Executive Director of Business & Operations, Westfield Washington Schools
Bill Wendling
Chief Investment Officer, Bedel Financial Consulting, Inc.
A new curriculum dean will also serve the 2011-12 class.  Michael Engledow, a 1999 graduate of the Academy and former HCLA Board President, will serve as the Dean.  Engledow is a Principal with arcDesign in Indianapolis.  The Dean is a volunteer position, appointed by the Board of Directors, who directs the curriculum and facilitates the learning sessions for the Hamilton County Leadership Academy.
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