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Oxford’s leadership class

The Oxford-Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce kicked off its 2016 class of the Leadership Lafayette program in January and will run through September.

The 2016 class includes: Cade Clanton, Hayden Fiduciary Management Firm; Reggie Clayton, Titanium Services, LLC; Lisa Coleman, The Salvation Army; Seth Gaines, City of Oxford Park Commission; Allison Garner, FNC, Inc.; Chris Glaze, KNS Medical, Inc.; Mike Gooch, Baptist Memorial Hospital NM; Amy Goodin, Boys and Girls Club of North Mississippi; Alison Green, Oxford School District; Amy Hartley, BancorpSouth Mortgage; Campbell Helveston, FNB Oxford Bank; Caitlin Hopper, Yoknapatawpha Arts Council; Laura Martin, McLean Institute for Public Service and Community Engagement; Jason McCormick, University of Mississippi; Hardie Meeks, Oxford Police Department; Andy Miller, Trustmark National Bank; Emery Newsom, Baptist Memorial Hospital NM; Nikki Paine, The Oxford Eagle; Rebecca Phillips, The University of Mississippi Museum; Meredith Pittman, The Second Line; Cassidy Shoemake, TeleSouth Communications; Nathan Smith, Visit Oxford; Lee Ann Stubbs, Visit Oxford; Cory Swain, Dex Media; Ward Toler, CSpire; Corey Ussery, Lee Family Dental; Deetra Wiley, University of Mississippi.


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