Louisville, Ky. – Greater Louisville Inc. has selected the 3rd Annual LEAD GLI class. The business leadership development program is designed to promote Leadership, Engagement, Action and Development for GLI Top Investor employees.
The seven-month program examines the opportunities and challenges impacting the Greater Louisville business community. The program also allows participants to enhance business leadership skills, develop awareness of GLI’s vision, and join a network of leaders committed to engaging in and supporting the organization’s strategic economic development strategies.
Business professionals, representing a wide variety of companies, schools and organizations, were selected to participate in the 2016 LEAD GLI class. The comprehensive program consists of seven half-day sessions which focus on the key drivers of economic development, job creation, business expansion and attraction, entrepreneurial development, workforce talent and public policy opportunities.
The 23 members of the 2016 LEAD GLI class are:
Mark Gomsak of Fisher & Phillips LLP; Lisa Dietrich of Mercer, Alex Rose of MCM CPAs and Advisors, LLP; Carla De La Barra Helstrom of Frost Brown Todd; Stephanie Lanham of Norton Healthcare; Laura Whitus of Harshaw Trane; Paul Nagy of Humana; Clara Bowman of Commonwealth Sign Co; Martha Mather of KYOne Health/Our Lady of Peace; Lester Lemaster of Commonwealth Sign Company; Stephen Custer of Deming Malone Livesay & Ostroff; Thomas Kmiecik of Stoll Keen Ogden; Sophia Fischer of University of Louisville; Cindie Melton of Dynacraft; Robert Harvey of Dynacraft; Dayna Neumann of Execuity; Donna Baugh of Park Community Credit Union; Amy Broadhurst of Integrity HR; Tina Brock of Dakkota Integrated Systems; Rudy Spencer of LG&E and KU Energy LLC; Robert Theuerkauf of Middleton Reutlinger; Angie Mannino of Baptist Health; and Ron Reeves of V-Soft Consulting.