Leadership Frisco Class XXIII Graduates

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Leadership Frisco Class XXIII Graduates The Frisco Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that members of Leadership Frisco Class XXIII have graduated. The 24 members were selected from a large and competitive pool of applicants in August of 2019. The nine-month program was scheduled to end in June of 2020 with a graduation celebration at the Frisco Chamber’s State of the City Luncheon. Class XXIII’s April and May classes, as well as the luncheon, were postponed due to concerns of the pandemic. The Leadership Frisco Advisory Council revised final class days to be held virtually, allowing the class members to complete the program year. While Leadership Frisco Class XXIII did not get to graduate at the luncheon as planned, the Advisory Council waited to create a special, socially-distanced graduation ceremony, which was live-streamed on the Frisco Chamber’s Facebook page. “We are so proud of our class members for maintaining their enthusiasm despite changes in the program this year,” said Karen Kim, Staff Liaison for Leadership Frisco. “Part of being a great leader is possessing the ability to make changes and shift gears as needed, and this class and our advisory council stepped up to that challenge.” The Leadership Frisco Class XXIII graduation ceremony was held at The Grove at Frisco Commons on Monday, September 14, 2020. Leadership Frisco is a community leadership program sponsored by the Frisco Chamber of Commerce. The purpose is to develop a pool of qualified, highly motivated individuals who are interested in expanding their leadership skills, deepening their sense of civic responsibility, and becoming more involved in the community as a whole. A full day each month is dedicated to exploring the inner workings of Frisco’s government, educational system, economic development, service organizations, regional issues, leisure and culture, health services, and public safety. Each class is also responsible for completing a class project. The beneficiary of this year’s class project was the Boys & Girls Club of Collin County. More information about this project can be found at LeadershipFrisco.com. Class XXIII Graduates include: Rob Altman, URETEK USA Thor Anderson, Ann Anderson Insurance Vicki Chen, Community Impact Newspaper Stephanie Cleveland, Leidos Amy Davison, Tregan Partners LP Jason Denton, Reliable Technology Services, Inc. Rob Flanagan, Eventhaus Jessica Johnston, Midwest Regional Bank Keri Keck, Frisco Family Services Jody McCaghren, McMortgage Team Christina Miller, Visit Frisco Barbara Milo, HALL Park Michael Mucci, ECBuild, LLC Thomas Pierce, Morgan Stanely Eren Price, Atkins, O'Toole, & Briner George Rodriguez, Style Publishing Group - Frisco STYLE Magazine Letetia B. Smith, Treasured Vessels Foundation Danielle Lee, First National Bank of Omaha Jim Steinmark, Crimson Technology Partners Rustin Stewart, City of Frisco Mike Uldrich, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. Roxy Verrelli, University of North Texas - New College Kalib Wilkinson, Grace Church Frisco Melanie Yates, Collin College Pictured: Leadership Frisco Class XXIII members

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