The Clermont County Chamber of Commerce announces members of the 20th LEAD Clermont Class. The LEAD Clermont Class of 2012 has 28 class members who will experience a leadership program designed to help them connect with the people, infrastructures and services that make Clermont County work, learn to recognize a personal leadership style that promotes a more fulfilling work experience and to work together to improve the quality of life in Clermont County through active participation in team projects.
“We are very excited to see what this group of public and private sector leaders can achieve and learn through this program. It’s a win for both them individually and for all of Clermont County,” said Matt Van Sant, President and CEO of the Clermont Chamber of Commerce.
Individuals who participate in the 10-month long program represent a cross section of the community, including business, government, education, non-profit agencies, health services and community organizations.
The 2012 LEAD Clermont Class members are:
Judi Adams, Community Savings Bank
Michael Barnard, ML Barnard Inc.
Alex Blust, Holiday Inn & Suites Cincinnati Eastgate
Don Bock, Minuteman Press Beechmont
Jeffrey Carper, Total Quality Logistics Inc.
Amanda Davenport, Fifth Third Bank
Jeff Finke, Child Focus Inc.
Michael Fusco, Boys & Girls Club of Clermont County
Cyndi Gillings, American Modern Insurance Group
Dave Gooch, Park National Bank
Stewart Greenlee, CenterBank
Robert Hall, American Modern Insurance Group
Clarice Hoffer, CDH Advisors and Salescore
Stephen Hood CPA, Kamphaus, Henning & Hood Certified Public Accountants Inc.
Lisa Jackson, HealthSource of Ohio
Margaret Jenkins, OSU Extension Office Clermont County
Roger Leinberger, Mercy Hospital Clermont
Sherry Light, Wm Light Paving Company
Amanda List, CASA For Clermont Kids!
Bob Manning, Lykins Companies, Inc.
Daniel Ottke, Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities
Al Pearlman, Burkhardt & Co. CPA
Joe Saylor, The Clermont County Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation
Katie Scheffer, Potterhill Homes, Ltd.
Greg Sojka, University of Cincinnati – Clermont College
Robert Steele, E to R Business Strategies, LLC
Kurtis Taylor, Tata Consultancy Services
Chris Wilks, Edward Jones
Founded in 1969, the Clermont Chamber of Commerce is an association of approximately 900 businesses working together to make the Clermont County area the best place to locate, operate and grow your business. The Chamber’s key initiatives are advocacy, economic growth and member/investor benefits.
Find us at www.clermontchamber.com. The President of the Clermont Chamber of Commerce is Matthew D. Van Sant, and the Chairman of the Board is David McNutt, American Modern Insurance Group.