GTL welcomes 35 local leaders into 2018-19 cohort

Greater Tucson Leadership is pleased to announce the Class of 2019. This group of 35 emerging and seasoned leaders spent the weekend of Aug. 17-18 at Triangle Y Ranch Camp in Oracle learning about their strengths and participating in team building activities. This group will spend the next 10 months learning about the Tucson community, as well as the challenges and opportunities surrounding topics such as Government, Economic Development, Education, Arts & Culture, Criminal Justice, Healthcare, Border, and Environment. The class is also tasked with creating a project to benefit the community. 

Congratulations to Brent Aleksich, Burns & McDonnell Engineering; Jose Arias, First Citizens Bank; Rachael Baker, Lovitt & Touche; Laura Barnard, Tocco Financial Services; Sarah Beaudry, University of Arizona; Adam Begody, Tucson Metro Chamber; Tim Bentley, Tucson Medical Center; Ashley Bickel, University of Arizona; Brian Caliva, Lasertel Inc.; Diana Charbonneau, IMPACT of Southern Arizona; Jennifer Cox, Tucson Electric Power; Jenn De La Rosa, University of Arizona; Dani Gomez, Hughes Federal Credit Union; Aimee Graves, Health and Human Services Executive; Jessica Graves, Law Office of Jessica C. Graves; Roxanne Harding, Cushman & Wakefield/PICOR; Lydia Hunter, BeachFleischman; Susan Kinkade, Banner University Medical Center; Susan Kregar, Rosie on the House; Tyler Krone, Raytheon Missile Systems; Robyn Lambert, ON Media Publications; Lisa Lewis, Arizona IMG Sports Marketing; Amy Madsen, Caterpillar; Augustina Mills, Intuit and Junior League of Tucson; Gerard Moretz, Pima County Sheriff’s Office; Billie Moyle, GLHN Architect Engineers; Elsa Navarro, Pima County Sheriff’s Office; Kate Owen, Desert Star ARC; Linda Reyes, Tucson Youth Development; Brittney Schmidt, Southwest Gas; Andrea Sirois, Town of Marana; Courtney Slanaker, Red Cross of Southern Arizona; Stephanie Terry, Pinnacle Plan Design; Cynthia VerDuin, Waterfall Attorneys; Adana Wiliams, Nextrio. 

A special thanks to the following volunteers who helped with the retreat: Brendan Lyons, Heather Bachman, Tracy Koslowski, Vaughn Price and LaNita Price.