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Leadership Louisville Center announces class of 2022

Class of 2022

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Leadership Louisville Center has announced the 2022 class of Leadership Louisville, the center’s signature program for established community leaders.

The group of 62 community and business leaders will spend 10 months in an active learning experience that explores Louisville’s history, assets, and challenges.

“In today’s world, it’s critical that we have leaders who are knowledgeable of our history and who understand the complexity of the challenges we face as a community,” said Cynthia Knapek, president of Leadership Louisville Center. “Together they will build understanding and connections to give them and the organizations they represent the ability to impact the greater good.”

The 2022 class will run from July 2021 through May 2022. The group includes:

Nicki Belcher, WHAS 11

Glynita Bell, Heart 2 Heart Wellness Center

Ideisha Bellamy, Maryhurst, Inc.

Dr. Valerie Briones-Pryor, Greater Louisville Medical Society

Greg Bromley, Republic Bank

Julie Burns, GE Appliances, a Haier company

Meg Campbell, University of Louisville

Thomas Carver, BKD CPAs & Advisors LLP

Beth Clingaman, Sacred Heart Schools

Douglas Craddock, University of Louisville

Meredith De Renzo, Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana

Kim Dickey, Schneider Electric ESS

Lee Dorsey, Doe-Anderson Inc.

Tiffany Fabing, Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence

Rebecca Fleischaker, Louisville Forward | Louisville Economic Development

Patrick Fogarty, Addiction Recovery Care

Cori Gadansky, Community Coordinated Child Care (4-C)

Ann Georgehead, PNC Bank

Jessica Hardin, ID+A Inc.

Katrina Harmon, The RBL Group

Kevin Hisel, DDW The Color House | DDWilliamson

Danielle Jackson, Delta Dental of Kentucky

La’ Keisha James, Trilogy Health Services

Adria Johnson, Metro United Way

Robert Kapfhammer, Ad Cucina

Shannon Karol, J.B. Speed Art Museu

Ashely Klein, AssuredPartners

Kate Lacy Crosby, Tachau Meek

Justin Leighty, Baptist Health Foundation Louisville

Derrick Littlejohn, PNC Bank

Rebecca Mark, Farm Credit Mid-America

Michael Marshall, Bellarmine University

Steven McCarty, Miranda Construction LLC

Christine McGarvey, Kindred Healthcare

Vanessa McPhail, Jefferson County Public Schools

Stephanie Moore, Louisville Zoo

Amy Nall, Archdiocese of Louisville

LaWanda Page, Brown-Forman Corp.

Andrew Palmer, Frost Brown Todd LLC

Keith Phillips, Humana Inc.

Nakristia Pitts, Seven Counties Services Inc.

Von Purdy, Simmons College of Kentucky

Phil Ransdell, Fifth Third Bank

Jeremy Rogers, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP

Sara Sahni, Norton Healthcare

Mike Slaton, Louisville Pride Foundation

Aleece Smith, Kentuckiana Works

Ben Sollee, Tin Ear Productions LLC

Elizabeth Strehl, Humana Inc.

Neal Sullivan, David Novak Leadership

Keli Taylor, Material Handling Systems

Michael Tigue, Louisville Water Co.

Stephanie Tso, Brown-Forman Corp.

Monica Unseld, Until Justice Data Partners

Kevin Uyisenga, See Forward Ministries

John Walsh, UofL Health

Dr. Kwane Watson, Kare Mobile Inc.

Elizabeth Wessels-Martin, Center for Women & Families

Patricia Williams, Wesley House Community Services

Stuart Wilson, LG&E and KU Energy

Christopher Yost, GBBN Architects

Sam Zuege, Norton Healthcare

For a complete list of Leadership Louisville graduates over the last 42 years, click here.

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