Leadership Northern Colorado announces 2019 class

FORT COLLINS — Thirty-six people have been selected to participate in Leadership Northern Colorado’s 2019 class.

The six-month program is a joint initiative of the Fort Collins, Greeley and Loveland chambers of commerce, the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado and the Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld County. It is “designed to build human capacity and to identify, define and address the issues facing the Northern Colorado region,” according to Leadership Northern Colorado news release.

“The selection committee had a tremendous task when they were asked to select our tenth class. We had fantastic applications for the program and as a result, have an outstanding class,” Ann Hutchison, executive vice president of the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce, said in a prepared statement.

The 2019 Leadership Northern Colorado Class members are:

  • Brooke Alexander, Alexander & Ewert LLC.
  • Gysela Blanco, High Country Beverage.
  • Kit Brown, CBRE.
  • Aaron Buckley, Colorado State University.
  • David Crowder, McWhinney Real Estate Services Inc.
  • Gabriel Dunbar, Saunders Heath Construction.
  • Diane Ellsworth, Project Self-Sufficiency.
  • Chris Fine, McKee Foundation.
  • Kim Fisher, Vision Catalyst.
  • Chris Garcia, city of Greeley.
  • Devin Glass, Larimer County Solid Waste.
  • Misty Gulley, Larimer County Community Corrections.
  • Tonja Hadley, Hadley Harmon Consulting.
  • Lea Hanson, Left Lane Communications LLC.
  • Tina Harkness, Employers Council Inc.
  • Jodee Hinton, Martin/Martin Inc.
  • Dr. Matthew Hortt, High Plains Library District.
  • Mandi Huston, Coan, Payton & Payne LLC.
  • Pete Iengo, City of Fort Collins Utilities.
  • Kim Joiner, Aims Community College.
  • Sarah Martin, North Front Range MPO.
  • Ryan C. McLean, Poudre Fire Authority.
  • Zachary C. Minniear, RLH Engineering Inc.
  • CeCe Moreno, Employment Services of Weld County.
  • Shayle Sabo, Larimer County OEM.
  • Mistene Nugent, CBRE.
  • Beth Phillips, The Group Inc. Real Estate.
  • Carolyn CJ Renaud, Greeley-Evans School District 6.
  • Shannon Richardson, Merrill Lynch.
  • Michael Ruttenberg, Larimer County Criminal Justice Services.
  • Jessica Scheopner, Town of Windsor.
  • Courtney Stewart, Platte River Power Authority.
  • Kelly Strohman, Keller Williams Realty.
  • Sarah Swanty, Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic.
  • Carlie Thomas, Columbine Health Systems.
  • Emily Voshall, Eide Baily LLP.

 

FORT COLLINS — Thirty-six people have been selected to participate in Leadership Northern Colorado’s 2019 class.

The six-month program is a joint initiative of the Fort Collins, Greeley and Loveland chambers of commerce, the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado and the Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld County. It is “designed to build human capacity and to identify, define and address the issues facing the Northern Colorado region,” according to Leadership Northern Colorado news release.

“The selection committee had a tremendous task when they were asked to select our tenth class. We had fantastic applications for the program and as a result, have an outstanding class,” Ann Hutchison, executive vice president of the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce, said in a prepared statement.

The 2019 Leadership Northern Colorado Class members are:

  • Brooke Alexander, Alexander & Ewert LLC.
  • Gysela Blanco, High Country Beverage.
  • Kit Brown, CBRE.
  • Aaron Buckley, Colorado State University.
  • David Crowder, McWhinney Real Estate Services Inc.
  • Gabriel Dunbar, Saunders Heath Construction.
  • Diane Ellsworth, Project Self-Sufficiency.
  • Chris Fine, McKee Foundation.
  • Kim Fisher, Vision Catalyst.
  • Chris Garcia, city of Greeley.
  • Devin Glass, Larimer County Solid Waste.
  • Misty Gulley, Larimer County Community Corrections.
  • Tonja Hadley, Hadley Harmon Consulting.
  • Lea Hanson, Left Lane Communications LLC.
  • Tina Harkness, Employers Council Inc.
  • Jodee Hinton, Martin/Martin Inc.
  • Dr. Matthew Hortt, High Plains…