Announcing the Signature Class for Leadership Springfield

Posted by Jamie Fields on May 09, 2016

Leadership Springfield, the area’s most comprehensive community-based leadership development program, has selected the members of its next Signature Class. The Signature Class is the organization’s flagship program, identifying leaders and familiarizing them with community opportunities, needs, problems and resources for more than 30 years.

The members of Class 32 are:

Krista Adams – Camp Barnabas
Kelly Anderson – The Hamels Foundation
Jennifer Ashley – Guaranty Bank
Matt Battaglia – People Centric Consulting Group
Kristy Bork – Springfield-Branson National Airport
Jayme Boyd – EDCO
Jennifer Boyd – Aflac
John Chastain – CoxHealth
Joshua Christensen – Lathrop & Gage
Chris Davis – Community Partnership of the Ozarks
Cara Erwin – Springfield Fire Department
Joy Robertson Fountain – KOLR-10
Gary Gibson – City Utilities of Springfield
Linda Ramey-Greiwe – Care to Learn
Dori Grinder – Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce
Melissa Hasse – City of Springfield
Ben King – Springfield Police Department
Weston Kissee – Edward Jones
Mary Kromrey – Junior League of Springfield
Mark Miller – Ozarks Technical Community College
Mark Milloni – Baptist Bible College
Jon Mooney – Springfield-Greene County Health Department
Andrea Mostyn – Missouri State University
Hallie Sale – Systematic Savings Bank
Matt Sellmeyer – Schilling/Sellmeyer & Associates
Luke Simon – Alexander Open Systems, AOS
David Taylor – CoxHealth
Melinda Thurman – Whitlock Company
Adam Toth – Toth and Associates
Amanda Tummons – Husch Blackwell
Diana Tyndall – Springfield Greene County Park Board
Jeff Woods – SMC Packaging
Gerald Zamora – Sperry Van Ness

The organization has also selected its board officers for the 2016-2017 year: Andrea Brady, president; Mike Brothers, vice-president; Jeff Cumley, past-president, Luke Westerman, treasurer; and Julie Jones, secretary.

Leadership Springfield’s mission is to inspire, develop and connect leaders to serve the Springfield community. The organization aims to attract emerging leaders from the community, businesses and professions who have established themselves as having leadership potential and have shown a concern for Springfield’s future. Since its inception, the organization has trained more than 1,000 leaders.

For more information, visit LeadershipSpringfield.org.

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