Leadership Washington County announces new class members

September 19, 2009

Leadership Washington County recently announced the 32 members of Class XXIII.

The members of the class are:

Francis Allnutt, University of Maryland; Mark Barbernitz, Boy Scouts of America; Linda Blontz, Head Start; Robert Bush, Triad Engineering; Timothy Buskirk, Hancock Police Department; Jill Colbert, Citi; Lisa Copenhaver, Kaplan University; David Dodson, ARC of Washington County

Justin Doty, Frederick, Seibert & Associates; Amy Farmer, Washington County Hospital; Brent Feight, Bushey Feight Morin Architects; Carmen Fox, Tower Bank; Fonda Franklin, Hagerstown Community College; Karla Green, Holiday Inn Express; Jordyn Himes, Williamsport Retirement Village; Dawn Johns, Potomac Case Management

Brent Layton, TCA TrustCorp America; Terri Leiter, Leiter's Fine Catering; Kevin Lewis, Washington County Emergency Services; Rebecca Massie Lane, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts; Douglas Mullendore, Washington County Sheriff's Department; Addie Nardi, United Way of Washington County; Timothy Peters, Smith Elliott Kearns & Co. LLC; Scott Reuschling, 2nd Floor Media


Kim Shrader, AESI; Arnie Shuster, DocuTrac Inc.; Kevin Simmers, Hagerstown Police Department; Glen Singer, Weiss Paper; Tom Sweeney, independent consultant/graphic designer; Theresa Thorn, Safe Place; Shane Williams, Magnolia Management; Richard Wright, Washington County Public Schools

The nine-month course begins at the end of September with a weekend retreat at the Wisp Resort.

The mission of Leadership Washington County is to provide additional leadership training and community immersion for individuals identified as accomplished in their business, nonprofit or government sectors. The program is designed to promote discussion and cooperation beyond traditional boundaries.

The program began in 1987 and more than 600 people have graduated from the program. Graduates go on to serve on boards, run for public office and take on other leadership roles in the community.

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