The Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership has selected 41 professionals for the Leadership Greater Jackson class of 2017. The program is designed to develop existing and emerging leaders in the metro area from diverse sectors of the local community. The class will explore areas such as healthcare, economic development, diversity training, the criminal and justice system, the political culture and education. Members of this years class, listed alphabetically, are Curtis Anderson, Reformed Theological Seminary; Kimberly Bibb, University Mississippi Medical Center; Ryan Brown, Mississippi Public Service Commission; Jasmine Chapman-Powell, TransitCare, LLC; J.D. Cooley, Burr & Forman LLP; Allison Cox, Jackson Housing Authority; Victoria Gholar, University Mississippi Medical Center; Haley Gregory, Butler Snow; Trey Guerieri, Terramark Real Estate; Amber Hurtado, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management; Rafael Jackson, Neighborhood Christian Center; Shari Jones, River Hills Bank; Lori Liddell, Horne LLP; M. Douglas Loftin, Office of Speaker Philip Gunn; Alan McCormick, Security Ballew Wealth Management; Vernon McFarland, Forman Watkins & Krutz LLP; Julian Miller, Butler Snow; Robert Morgan II, Gov. Phil Bryant; Paul Moore, Mississippi Public Broadcasting; Quincy Mukoro, Octagon Group LLC; Jordan Musgrove, Company. Politics; Rob Oates Jr., Renasant Bank; Amorya Orr, Forman Watkins & Krutz LLP; Eric Payne, University Mississippi Medical Center; Keshia Sanders, Horne LLP; Jason Sartain, Bonefish Grill; Christina Seanor, Carroll Warren & Parker PLLC; Todd Stauffer, Jackson Free Press; Anna Sweat-Day, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP; Mary Thigpen, Hope Credit Union; Brandon Thompson, Margaret Walker Center, JSU; J. Leann Thompson, Mississippi Secretary of State; Lynn Tincher-Ladner, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society; Srinivasan Vijayakumar, University Mississippi Medical Center; Tommy Wallace II, U.S. Consolidated, Inc.; Tonya Ware, The Church Triumphant Global, Inc.; Lora Warren, YoungWilliams, P.C.; Nakesha Watkins, City of Jackson; Tonitrice Wicks, Alcorn State University; Rashad Williams, Community Bank; and Bryce Yelverton, Yelverton Consulting.
Photo by Ken Gordon Photography / Courtesy of Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership
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