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Golden Triangle Leadership announces 2018-2019 Class

The Columbus Lowndes Chamber of Commerce, Greater Starkville Development Partnership, and Growth Alliance in West Point, has announced the 4th class of local business and community leaders who were selected to participate in the Golden Triangle Leadership program.

Selected for the 2018-2019 GTL Class are:
Alison Alexander – Instructor at East Mississippi Community College
Ally Walker – Development for Palmer Home For Children
Aubrey Adair – Partner at T.E. Lott
Brianna White – Director of CIS Home Loans
Brooke Minton – Clinical Coordinator of Community Counseling Services
Chad Thomas – Vice President of McConnell Brothers Transfer and Storage
Cherie Labat – Superintendent of Columbus Municipal School District
Dusty Knickrehm – Chiropractor at Saum Chiropractic
Janie Shields – Public Relations at Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science
Jason Trufant – Athletic Director at Mississippi University For Women
Jessica Pierce – Executive Assistant at Cadence Bank
John Cunningham – Senior Engineer/Manager of Neel-Schaefer
Joy Lathan – Director at Northeast Mississippi Procurement Center
Karen Clay – University Counsel at Mississippi University For Women
Lt. Kara Crennan – Public Affairs Director at Columbus Air Force Base
Sheri Lipsey- Realtor at Real Living Hearts and Home Realty
Wayne Cothern – General Manager of Holiday Inn Express Columbus
Helen Copeland – Director of Radiology at North Mississippi Medical Center
Julia Morrison – Special Programs Coordinator at East Mississippi Community College
Julie Hill – Community Relations at West Point Consolidated School District
Misty McCraw – Human Resources / Accounting Graham Roofing Inc.
Joseph Iupe – Auditor at T.E. Lott Starkville
West Schrickel – Senior Pastor at Orchard Church Starkville

The goal of Golden Triangle Leadership program is to bring the leaders of the Golden Triangle together in order to strengthen the bond and development between all three regions. GTL will enhance the leadership potential of emerging and experienced leaders through 10 sessions that are designed to offer a comprehensive, interactive experience for the participants. This program is designed to provide networking opportunities and sessions that cover important community aspects.


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