HCLA graduates its 22nd class

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Members of the Hamilton County Leadership Academy completed the following projects this year: The Great Squirrel Art Stampede, Domestic Violence Matrix Project, Hamilton County NFP Connect, Teen Art Entrepreneurs Project and Good Samaritan Network Provider Directory Project. (Photo provided)

Members of the Hamilton County Leadership Academy completed the following projects this year: The Great Squirrel Art Stampede, Domestic Violence Matrix Project, Hamilton County NFP Connect, Teen Art Entrepreneurs Project and Good Samaritan Network Provider Directory Project. (Photo provided)

The Hamilton County Leadership Academy, a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating and inspiring leadership to create a positive impact in the community, recently graduated its 22nd class.

The following individuals have joined the more than 540 Leadership Academy alumni: Erin Albert, Butler University; Cary Chandler, Riverview Hospital; Garry Harling, City of Westfield; Jennifer Hughes, Church, Church, Hittle & Antrim; John Hughey, The Center for Performing Arts; Carl Johnson, BSA Lifestructures; Rajan Kapur, Ark IT Solutions;  Mark LaBarr, Duke Energy; Lindsay Labas, Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation; Chris Lewis, The Feinstein Initiative; Lauren Littlefield, Right On Interactive Marketing; Bryan Miller, STAR Financials; Kathy Molloy, St. Vincent Fishers Hospital; Renee Mueller, Community Volunteer; Nancy Newport, Carmel Clay Public Library; Dee Pence, Teachers Credit Union; Kim Rauch, Hamilton County; Wendy Rayburn, Advocates for Children & Families; Sarah Reed, City of Westfield; Keith Sharples, Gordon Marketing; Alaina Shonkwiler, City of Noblesville; Scott Smith, Campbell Kyle Proffitt; Derek Todd, City of Westfield; Jody Walker, Conner Prairie; Edra Waterman, Hamilton East Public Library; Amber Willis, CSI Signs; Curtis Wiltse, Beck’s Hybrids; and Chris Woodard, Practical Property Group.

The HCLA is accepting applications for the 2013-14 class. The 10-month academy will begin in late August and run through June 2014. Applications are due June 30.

The HCLA is a leadership program that identifies and prepares informed leaders for the community. Program participants are brought together by a commitment of time, energy and expertise and a desire to be involved in Hamilton County.

The program is available to Hamilton County residents or those with business or civic activities within the community. It is a selective program and the selection criteria is based on leadership capability, an interest in community affairs, an ability to commit to an intensive program and a desire for increased personal community service.

The application can be found online at www.hcla.net. For additional information about the program, contact Jill Doyle at jdoyle@hcla.net or 379-1879.

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