Chamber announces 2014 leadership program participants

  • Thursday, September 19, 2013

The 2014 Leadership Charleston class is made up of 56 business leaders who marked the beginning of the 40th year of Leadership Charleston during their two-day retreat. PHOTO PROVIDED

The 2014 Leadership Charleston class kicked off the new program year with a two day retreat in September that focused on communications and team building. The start of the 2014 Leadership Charleston program year also marks the beginning of the 40th year of Leadership Charleston. The 10- month program features prominent and stimulating speakers including alumni, along with visits to various community assets including schools, hospitals, the Port of Charleston, military facilities and a trip to the S.C. State House. Leadership Charleston is designed to cultivate the business leaders of today and tomorrow.

Speaker of the House Bobby Harrell speaking recently on the importance of Leadership Charleston said, “It is a great program for growing leaders, for getting people involved, for making sure that folks who will be the leaders in the years to come know what is going on in our community and around the state.” Many graduates find the personal and professional network they build with class members adds value to the skills learned in the program.

Congratulations to Leadership Charleston’s 40th Anniversary class:

ADC Engineering: Larry Barthelemy

Bank of America Merrill Lynch: Frank Frazier

Barling Bay: Brad Smith

BB&T: Larry Schrecker

Charleston County Aviation Authority: Roger Schwarts

Charleston County School District: Sean Hughes

Charleston Dorchester Mental Health Center: Jennifer Roberts

Charleston Export Assistance Center: Phil Minard

Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce: Erica Wright

Choate Construction: Andrew Reinhardt

City of Charleston: Felicia Easterlin

Clawson and Staubes: Amanda Callander

Dixon Hughes Goodman: Rachel Nightengale

East Shore Athletic Club: Mandy Harrison

Elliott Davis: Stacey Hollings

First Citizens Band and Trust Company: Jarred Overcash

First Federal: Chris Gilbert

Greystar Real Estate Partners: Wendy Tucker

Harbor National Bank: Scott Warren

HLA: Adriana Carson

Homewood Suites by Hilton: Cori Lovern

Hoyt + Berenyi: Kyle Hoyte

K&L Gates: Will Cleveland

Kiawah Island Golf Resort: Vipin Menon

Lincoln Harris Corporation Service Group: Michael Ferrer

LS3P: Whitney Grove

Metanoia Community Development Corp.: Stacy Brown

Meyer Kapp & Associates: Dennis Jordan

Miller-Valentine Group: Zach Ward

MWV: Elizabeth Nicole Slaydon

NAI: Gordon Valentine

Nexsen Pruet: Andrew Dennis

Operation Home: Sandy Milliken

Perigee Partners: Brain Maiden

Porter-Gaud School: Ken Hyde

Premier Logistics Solutions: Hal Burton

Roper St. Francis Healthcare: Kevin Fleming

Rosenblum Coe Architects: Whitney Newmand

S&ME: Marybeth Cline

Seamon Whiteside + Associates: Norman Boatwright

Smith Moore Leatherwood: Halsey Schreier

South Carolina Bank and Trust: Thomas Anderson

South Carolina Federal Credit Union: Meredith Siemens

Southern First Bank: Blake Dressler

SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic: Rich Hooks

SteelFab of SC: Justin Burgess

SunTrust Mortgage Corporation: Jules Deas, III

The Boeing Company: Amber Everitt

The Brandon Agency: Shelby Siurek

The GEL Group: Cameron Baker

The Post and Courier: Mitch Pugh

Trident Construction: Andrew Hagood

Trident Technical College: Kara Presson

US Army Corps of Engineers Charleston District: James Choate

Wells Fargo: Elizabeth Burwell

Wild Dunes Resort: Keith Schnulle

For more information about Leadership Charleston’s 40th anniversary class call Alex Glasgow at 843-805-3087 or Jeremy Cauthen at 843-805-3075.

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