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22 graduate from Leadership Lake Tahoe

The Leadership Lake Tahoe class of 2014 graduated from the 10-month program produced by TahoeChamber. On June 12, 22 participants, as well as their family and friends, celebrated at Aston Lakeland Village with a commencement ceremony and reception to honor the hard work and dedication these individuals displayed throughout the year.

This year’s graduates include: Shannan Birkholm (Barton Hospital); Kimberly Boone (Riva Grill); Steven Bryant (Lake Tahoe Boat Rides); Barrett Burghard (Heavenly Mountain Resort); Meghan Burk (Getaway Reno/Tahoe); Bonnie Conrad (Barton Health); Jon Copeland (Kirkwood Mountain Resort); Brian Gould (Barton Health); Melanie Greene (Hauge Breck Associates); Sally Gunter (Heavenly Mountain Resort); Brian Kelly (Barton Home Health & Hospice); Travis Lauinger (Camp Richardson Resort); Danielle Loberg (Aramark Lake Tahoe); Shannon McIsaac (TahoeChamber); Brynna Nichols (TahoeChamber/LTVA); Molly Novasel (Athena Internet Marketing); Corinna Osborne (Horizon); Matt Palacio (Sierra-at-Tahoe); J. Shane Romsos (TRPA); Natasha Schue (Tahoe Daily Tribune); Daniel Winegar (Marriott’s Timber Lodge & Grand Residence Club) and Evon Yakar (Temple Bat Yam).

The Leadership Lake Tahoe task force that helped coordinate the 2013-2014 program included: Lyndsay Bryant (Lake Tahoe Boat Rides); Jason Collin (Barton Health); Andrea Drew (Drew Consulting) and Lindsay Townsend (Cloud Nine Event Company). The Task Force is comprised of Leadership Lake Tahoe Alumni that volunteered many hours to ensure the success of this year’s class.

Leadership Lake Tahoe sponsors include: Aston Lakeland Village, Inn by the Lake and Drew Consulting.

Leadership Lake Tahoe begins again in Fall 2015. Applications will be available in Summer 2015. For more information about the program and how to become involved, please contact Events Director, Emily Abernathy at Emily@TahoeChamber.org or 775-588-1728, ext. 303.

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