Leadership Wisconsin Selects Fellows For Group 15

Leadership Wisconsin Selects Fellows For Group 15

Two-year program specializes in developing leaders to strengthen communities.

The state's premier leadership development program announced 25 fellows from all sectors of the state have been selected for the 15th group of Leadership Wisconsin.

A two-year program that specializes in developing leaders to strengthen communities, Leadership Wisconsin is the only statewide organization giving current and future leaders the tools to broaden their knowledge and perspectives on a range of issues. It includes eight, three-day seminars exploring a variety of topics, as well as travel to different states and countries. The goal is to help fellows build a leadership network with a diverse group of individuals, and to put their leadership into action with hands-on experiences.

Leadership Wisconsin Selects Fellows For Group 15

"These 25 individuals were selected for their demonstrated commitment and potential to lead at the local, regional and state level," said Jeanne Carpenter, Leadership Wisconsin Board president. "They are about to embark on a journey that will help define their future leadership capabilities, and we look forward to walking that journey with them."

Fellows selected for Leadership Wisconsin Group 15 include: 

•LuAnn Bird of New Berlin
•Rachel Bruns of Milwaukee
•Maggie Callaham of Hurley
•Lisa Delmore of Wisconsin Dells
•Gulnara Dreier of Norwalk
•Jeffery Ebel of Stevens Point
•Rita Erickson of Tomah
•Jane Hooper of Beaver Dam
•Randy Jerome of Saukville
•Rob Juneau of Denmark
•Angie Kringle of Shawano
•Ross Kruger of Eleva
•Erica Maleski of Wausau
•Frances Milburn of Watertown
•Gregory Mulry of Alma Center
•Becky Paris of Madison
•William Parke-Sutherland of Madison
•Corinda Rainey-Moore of Madison
•Cheryl Schiltz of Madison
•Marla Sepnafski of Mosinee
•Jay Shambeau of Kewaskum
•Kai Simone of Brookfield
•Margie Strouse of Edgerton
•Cynthia Vana of Manitowoc
•Jill Wenthold of Sun Prairie

The group began its two-year leadership experience on May 4 and will conclude in July 2014. To learn more about Leadership Wisconsin and its commitment to developing credible, connected and committed leaders, visit www.LeadershipWisconsin.org

Source: Leadership Wisconsin

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