Leadership Paducah Class #31 has been announced by the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce. Class members will take part in a nine-month educational course that began with a weekend retreat and ends with their graduation in June 2018.
Members of the 2017-18 Class #31 are as follows: Mollie Bremer, West Kentucky Community and Technical College; Patrick Brumley, Beltline Electric Co. Inc.; Michelle Campbell, Paducah-McCracken Co. Convention Center Corporation; Hillary Chambers, McMurry & Livingston, PLLC; Nathan Crawford, Kemper CPA Group, LLP; Arianne Dillon, U.S. Bank; Chevene Duncan-Herring, West Kentucky Community & Technical College; Rachel Dunsford, Williams, Williams & Lentz, LLP; Catherine DuPerrieu, BlytheWhite; Steven Elder, U.S. Bank; Christopher Ewing, Banterra Bank; Tonya Goodale, Midas Hospitality, LLC; Michael Hansen, HDR Engineering, Inc.; David Homra, The Miller Law Firm, PLLC; Stacy Irvin, Orthopaedic Institute West KY; Holly Jones, Denton Law Firm; Michele Luksic, Paducah Bank; Dr. Matthew Mangino, Paducah Dental Care; Ashlea McMillan, Century 21 Service Realty; Jessie Meiser, Easter Seals West Kentucky; Josh Morehead, The Lakes of Paducah; Gretchen Morgan, Paducah Police Department; Jesse Morrison, Lourdes Hospital; Taylor Morsching, Paducah Parks Services; Jennifer Myers, Superior Care Home, Inc.; Adam Ogle, Baptist Health Paducah; Barrett Pazderka, Peel & Holland; Ryan Polczynski, Whitlow, Roberts, Houston & Straub, PLLC; Quent Smith, CFSB; Tim Thurman, CSI; and Amanda Vinson, FNB Bank.
Established in 1984, Leadership Paducah is a program to develop the leadership potential of men and women in the Paducah/McCracken County area. The classes are comprised of individuals with diverse backgrounds who have demonstrated a talent and commitment for leadership. Through this program they become acutely aware of social and economic changes and the impact of such changes in the local community.
Leadership Paducah is designed to foster an in-depth understanding of the inner-relationships and complexities of the Paducah/McCracken County area through a series of face-to-face discussions with community and state leaders.
The program is coordinated by the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce.