NEJC Chamber sets Leadership Northeast class for 2014

The Northeast Johnson County Chamber of Commerce has announced the 25 members of its Leadership Northeast Class (LNE) for 2014.

Northeast Johnson County Chamber of CommerceLNE is an educational leadership program that focuses on identifying and strengthening leadership skills and putting the knowledge into action. Class members are exposed to a variety of northeast Johnson County institutions and programs during the nine all-day sessions which begin on Jan. 29.

An after-hours event for all students and alumni will be held at 5 p.m. Jan. 29 at the Blue Moose Bar & Grill in Prairie Village. The 2014 session of LNE marks 25 years for the program.

The 25 students of the 2014 LNE Class are: Abbie Aldridge, City of Fairway; Beth Bernier, Turning Point Home Solutions; Brian Brown, Sharon Lane Health Services; Amy Brozenic Kimbrough, Lathrop & Gage; Lisa Cummins, Midwest Transplant Network; Lt. Michael Daniels, City of Merriam Police; Danielle Dulin, City of Prairie Village; Stefanie Estes, Johnson County Library; JoElla Hoye, City of Mission; Councilmember Teresa Kelly, City of Roeland Park; Keith Krieger, Johnson County Community College; Natalie Lucas, Sylvester Powell Center; Steven Lucas, City of Mission; Lt. Daniel Madden, City of Mission Police; Austin Madenwald, Arvest Bank; Sari Maple, City of Mission; Councilmember Amy Miller, City of Mission; Megan Nelson, City of Mission Hills; Juliana Pinnick, City of Merriam; Emily Randel, City of Mission; Jessica Ranger, UMB Bank; Rob Simpson, City of Mission Planning Commission; Erin Smalley, NEJC Chamber of Commerce; Adam Terrill, American Family Insurance; and Julie Timmins, Johnson County Library.