REGISTRATION CLOSED FOR MLK BREAKFAST
Leadership Westerville and the MLK Jr. Legacy Project (formerly the MLK Breakfast Committee) invite you to the 14th annual Westerville Luther King Jr. Breakfast Celebration, "Remaining Awake."
This year's featured speaker is the Reverend Dr. Gayle Fisher-Stewart, a former police officer of 20 years currently serving as associate rector of Calvary Episcopal Church where she founded the Center for the Study of Faith in Justice.
You can learn more here: http://bit.ly/2yJguE9
Enjoy a delicious breakfast, music by the Tony Hagood Trio and our annual Fouse and Alston Awards ceremony, which recognize students and community members who have put the ideals of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. into action.
The Leadership Westerville Class of 2019
Douglas Bierl - Relcaminimg Wholeness LLC
Juliana Bierl - Relcaminimg Wholeness LLC
Casey Brindley - Roush Honda
Rebecca Chesnick - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Platinum Reality Group
Andrea Drago - Mt. Carmel St. Anne's
Laurie Eberly - Nationwide Children's Hospital
Patrick Harris – Central Ohio Transit Authority
Kim Kellogg – Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce
Erin Kelsey – Westerville Public Library
Jamie Maze – Jamie Maze Real Estate Group
Chris Poynter – Westerville City Schools
Linda Rano-Jonard – RE/MAX Affiliates Inc.
Christopher Rutter – Mt. Carmel St. Anne's
Michala Sage - Westerville Public Library
Holly Spann – Holly Spann State Farm
Dawn Stewart – Otterbein University
Eric Stolly – Stolly Insurance Group
Loren Stone – Otterbein University
Dru Tomlin – Westerville City Schools
Scott Tourville – City of Westerville
Amy Troiano – Maloney + Novotny LLC
Bryan Wagner – City of Westerville
Sapna Welsh – Leverage
Denise Augsburger – Ohio Health
Founded in 2001, Leadership Westerville values community collaboration by developing a dedicated group of civic leaders who understand key issues facing the community. Leadership Westerville provides an inviting opportunity that allows you to enhance your own skills to help you turn your vision for the community - and for yourself - into reality
The Westerville Area Chamber, the City of Westerville, Westerville City Schools, Otterbein University, and the Westerville Public Library are working in partnership to offer Leadership Westerville. The goal of the program is to create a dedicated group of civic leaders who understand key issues facing the community. Each participant will be committed to cultivating the city's future through personal involvement and a willingness to serve.
Eligible applicants must work or reside in the Westerville school district. For additional information, contact Matt Lofy, Manager of Leadership Westerville, at 614-882-8917 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To develop multi-generational diverse leaders who serve the Westerville community.
Establish a network of well-informed, committed, and involved citizens to advance the community in which they live.
The core values of Leadership Westerville are civic engagement, stewardship, and community collaboration.
LEADERSHIP WESTERVILLE-WESTERVILLE AREA CHAMBER PARTNERSHIP:
We are pleased to announce a partnership between the Leadership Westerville board and the Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber will serve in the capacity of manager for this program and perform, as needed the day-to-day management and operation of the Leadership Westerville programs and related activities.
We look forward to working in collaboration and expanding our partnership with the Chamber. We commit to continuing to bring a stellar leadership program to the greater Westerville community to develop leaders within their businesses and ready to serve to advance our community.
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