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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 379-1879.