Leadership Paducah Class #35 Selected

Published Wednesday, August 18, 2021 8:00 am

Leadership Paducah Class #35 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 one-day retreat and ends with their graduation in June 2022.  

Participants chosen include:  Chris Baxter, Paducah Police Department; Craig Beavers, Baptist Health Paducah; Julie Boyd, Baptist Health Paducah; Will Brandon, Yeiser Art Center; Valerie Coffelt, Marquette Transportation; Matt Eddy, Whitlow, Roberts, Houston & Straub, PLLC; Mary Hank, McCracken County Extension Office; Beth Hood, FNB Bank; Whitney Hudson, Swift & Staley; John Jacobs, Mercy Health; Alyssa Kiser, i5 design group; Judd Malone, Edward Jones; Maegan Mansfield, Bacon Farmer Workman Engineering & Testing; Brian Medlin, McCracken County Public Library; Dr. Uppinder Mehan, West Kentucky Community & Technical College; Chris Miller, Computer Services Inc.; Eileen Miller, Paducah Power System; Brandy Mitchell, Four Rivers Nuclear Partnership; Greg Poat, U.S. Bank; Reid Pope, Triangle Enterprises; Tennille Rushing, Mercy Health; Jared Sigler, Keuler, Kelly, Hutchins, Blankenship & Sigler; Teresa Spann, Paducah Public Schools; Lauren Stokes, Kemper CPA Group; Teris Swanson, Bryant Law Center; Molly Thompson, Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce; Angela Tomassi, Paducah Water; Blake Vandermeulen, The Paducah Bank & Trust Company; Leslie Vick, Community Financial Services Bank; Roxanne Wright, Denton Law Firm; and Mary Wurth, City of Paducah Parks & Recreation. 

Chamber President Sandra Wilson said, “The program allows participants to gain an increased understanding of our community, visit local businesses and meet with local government leaders, while developing and expanding their network of contacts and giving back to the community through participation in a class project.” 

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. More than 1,000 citizens have graduated from the program during its almost 35-year existence.  

The program is coordinated by the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce.

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