42 tapped for Leadership Tuscaloosa class of 2018

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Forty-two people have been selected for the 2018-19 class of Leadership Tuscaloosa, a nine-month leadership development program.

Sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama and the University of Alabama System, the program is designed to make each selected participant more aware of and sensitive to the wide range of needs and opportunities in the community through shared experiences with a cross section of highly capable fellow citizens.

Using field trips and interaction with community decision-makers, the program broadens understanding of issues facing our community. The class is comprised of 42 individuals chosen from a cross section of occupations through an interview process conducting by the Leadership Tuscaloosa Alumni Association.

Concetta Odongo of Michelin BF Goodrich will serve as the Chair for this year’s class. She is a 2015 graduate of Leadership Tuscaloosa and an active member of the Leadership Tuscaloosa Alumni Association.

Class members for 2018-19:

  1. Bibby Bailey, American Red Cross
  2. Shannon Biddlecome, Broadway Pizza
  3. Jewitt Bradley, Community Service Programs of West Alabama
  4. Daniel Bradshaw, Tuscaloosa Association of Realtors
  5. James Carpenter, City of Northport
  6. Mac Chambers, Frontier Enterprises
  7. Vikki Chavis, The University of Alabama
  8. Laura Chism, Dorroh & Mills, P.C.
  9. Erica Cochran, Hospice of West Alabama
  10. Jesse Crane, First Federal Bank
  11. Wade Dailey, Wells Fargo Bank
  12. Stacey DeLoach, Ward Scott Architecture
  13. Lourn Evans, Michelin BF Goodrich
  14. Tanner Funk, Alabama One Credit Union
  15. Erica Grant, The Charm District/Tuscaloosa City School Board of Education
  16. Nicole Hampton, Rosen Harwood, P.A.
  17. Amy Henderson, Shelton State Community College
  18. Savannah Howell, City of Tuscaloosa
  19. Dan Johnson, JamisonMoneyFarmer PC
  20. Elliott Jones, Raymond James & Associates
  21. Quin Kelly, Jr., Stillman College
  22. Jamie Lake, Insuresoft, Inc.
  23. Javelin Lewis, Community Service Programs of West Alabama
  24. Hannah McPhillips, The DCH Foundation
  25. Pam Mixon, The University of Alabama
  26. Holly Morgan, The University of Alabama
  27. Adrian Newson, DCH Health System
  28. Kelly Norstrom, Tuscaloosa City School System
  29. Danny Owen, Tuscaloosa Tourism & Sports
  30. Alison Phillips, Parker Towing
  31. Kyle Phillips, Bryant Bank
  32. Quinton Poole, United Way of West Alabama
  33. Mason Primm, StressCrete, Inc.
  34. Lillian Roberts, Shelton State Community College
  35. Anna Kay Springer, Hamner Real Estate
  36. Charlie Taylor, The University of Alabama System
  37. Delshonda Thomas, The Arc of Tuscaloosa County
  38. Caitlin Tubbs, Hamner Real Estate
  39. Cade Warner, The Westervelt Company
  40. LaTonya Washington, Alabama Community Care
  41. Vadonna Williams, Tuscaloosa’s One Place
  42. Cyndee Worrall, Echols, Taylor & Associates, PC.
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