Leadership Stockton Announces 2014-15 Class Members
Leadership Stockton, a program of the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce, is proud to present the 2014-2015 Leadership Stockton Class Members. Leadership Stockton has been very successful in helping to build and inform leaders throughout the community. Each month the class visits with a wide range of community leaders and learn about how the community and region operate. A key goal for the program is to educate leaders on how they can make a positive impact on our community and enrich the lives of those that are served by local programs.
The 2014-2015 Leadership Stockton class includes:
Robert Applegate, Stockton Police Department
Richie Aranda, Herum/Crabtree/Suntag
Alicia Bailey, Cort Companies
Jamie Bossuat, Kroloff, Belcher, Smart, Perry & Christopherson
Randy Burns, Waterloo-Morada Fire District
Constance Carter, Catalyst Real Estate Professionals
Robyn Cheshire, University of the Pacific
Rames Creel, San Joaquin County Office of Education
Octavio Cruces, Casa Flores Marina
Bob Di Piero, San Joaquin Delta Community College District
Amanda Elrod, University of the Pacific
David Emerson, Health Plan of San Joaquin
Gloria Evans, State Compensation Insurance Fund
Toby Farnsworth, San Joaquin County Sheriffs Office
Mario Gardea, Stockton Fire Department
Erin Guy Castillo, William Parish, PLC
Don Guzman, State Farm Insurance Don Guzman Agency
James Hood, San Joaquin County Sheriffs Office
Kirsten Laderach, Zion Lutheran Church
Vicki Lock, San Joaquin County Office of Education
Chris Lynn, University of the Pacific Athletics
Teri Manley, Stop the Presses, Inc.
Kim Martin, Martin Dentistry
Beatriz Martinez, El Concilio
Jon Mendelson, Central Valley Low Income Housing Corp.
Laura Ochoa-Sanchez, San Joaquin Delta College
Amber Saunders, Mary Graham Children's Foundation
Monique Smith, Superior Court of California - San Joaquin County
Robert Teague, San Joaquin County Sheriffs Office
Eno Uto-Uko, Santa Clara Probation Dept.
The class embark on their 11-month journey into community leadership this month. Participants meet monthly to explore issues facing the greater Stockton community, and participate in a community service project.
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