The 2014 Superior/Douglas County Leadership class has been chosen and is already at work.
The 10-month program includes a two-day retreat during the fall and eight full-day sessions that allow participants to become involved in small group and panel discussions, projects, informational tours and presentations by experts.
All participants will work on a group project designed to increase the quality of life for area residents.
Established in 1991, the Superior/Douglas County Leadership Program is an annual program for emerging and existing leaders.
The class of 2014 includes Amanda Abrahamson, College of St Scholastica; Jordan Appicelli, UW-Superior; Troy Aune, Superior Water, Light & Power; Ali Bilden Camps, Boys & Girls Club; Mike Blaylock, United Healthcare; Dean Bruss, National Bank of Commerce; Lindzi Campbell, Superior Fire Department; Nick Casper, Keyport Liquor; Steve Christen, AA Roll Off; Ryan Conlan, Douglas County; Brian Crawford, Enbridge; Richard Fisher, Challenge Center; Laura Gregory, UW-Superior; Evie Gunderson, BMO Harris Bank; Rebecca Haavik, Mentor Superior/
Duluth YMCA; Tom Hansen, UW-Superior; Carl Huber, UW-Superior; Kathryn Kaintz, Americorps*VISTA; Bill Kaptonak, Graymont; Jennifer Lefor, Family Forum; Kim Kulas, Genesis Attachments; Meghan McMartin, WITC; Jamie Mehle, SWL&Power; Tanya Newmarch, Essentia Health; Joan Parenteau, School District of Superior; Larissa Ronkainen, Superior Choice Credit Union; Kyle Shypkowski, Saratoga Liquor; Melissa Sundet, RE/MAX 1; Kathryn Sutton, Superior Animal Hospital; Jena Vogtman, WITC; Scott Warring, Screen Graphics/
Uniform Connection; and Sandy Winek, Enbridge.
The program is led by Geof Wendorf.
For more information, call 715-394-8469.