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Chamber announces 2018 Leadership Lafayette Class

The Oxford-Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce kicked off its 2018 class of the Leadership Lafayette program in January and will run through late August. The 2018 class includes: Front row, from left, Katie Mink, Mississippi Small Business Development Center; Jamie Carr, J. Carr Properties, LLC; Brandi Binder, FNB Oxford Bank; Julie Wells, Evans Petree PC; Cassie McCutchen, Baptist Memorial Hospital-North MS; and Dana Fisher, Charter Road Hospitality, Inc. Third row, Luke Harris, Renasant Bank; Delia Childers, Oxford Eagle; Michelle Robinson, City of Oxford; Kristen Paris, ProMatura Group; Natalie Damore, Byrne & Associates, PLLC; Cayce Read, CoreLogic|FNC; Jeff McCutchen, Oxford Police Department. Third row, Jeffery Johnson, University of Mississippi; Stuart Povall, Develop Design Studio; Kevin Cozart, The Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies; Jonathan Nance, Ole Miss Athletics; Joseph Brummett, Wes Schilling; Patrick Perry, University of Mississippi; and Scott Iverson, CoreLogic | FNC. Back row, Brian Whisenant, Oxford Treatment Center; Casey Rogers, Innovative Construction Management; Matt O’Keefe, University of Mississippi; Julia Tatum, Delta Grind; Justin Mills, University of Mississippi; and Jacob Jenkins, Insight Park. Not pictured is Lindsey Abernathy, University of Mississippi Office of Sustainability. (Photo courtesy of Joey Brent)

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