MACCI’s Leadership Marshfield program graduates 25 professionals
For Hub City Times
MARSHFIELD — On April 14, 25 professionals graduated from the Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce & Industry’s (MACCI) Leadership Marshfield program. This was the 24th Leadership Marshfield class, and over 625 individuals have gone through this professional training.
Graduating this year were Melissa Barnes, Marshfield Utilities; Jared Beauchamp, Marshfield Police Department; Renee Binder, PreventionGenetics; Wendi Brueggen, Marshfield Insurance Agency; Nicole Claude, MACCI; Jennifer Fredrick, Marshfield School District; Miranda Gregory, Opportunity Development Centers Inc.; Sarah Gregory, Central City Credit Union; Joseph Gustafson, Roehl Transport; Penny Hillert-Dunnermann, Marshfield Clinic; Jenny Hoffmann, Roehl Transport; Kristina Howey, Marshfield Clinic; John Kaprelian, Forward Financial Bank; Jason King, Citizens State Bank Loyal; Allison Machtan, Security Health Plan; Carissa Miller, Forward Financial Bank; Mary Peterson, Marshfield Area United Way; Danielle Rummells, Bethel Center; Gwen Schnitzler, Figi’s Companies Inc.; Todd Schultz, Fairway Independent Mortgage; Sandra Steineke, Figi’s Companies Inc.; Jill Walkowski, Felker Brothers Corp.; Kristin Weiler, Marshfield Clinic Information Services; Charlie Wendlandt, Hawkins Ash CPAs LLP; and Brooke Wolff, Marshfield Clinic.
The objective of Leadership Marshfield is to identify current and potential leaders in the community and provide a training program that will enhance their ability to function as more effective leaders. The program aims to better equip these individuals to face the issues, problems, and challenges that will determine the community’s future.
MACCI’s Leadership Marshfield Council will start recruiting for the class of 2016-2017 in June. If you are interested in learning more about how you can be a part of this program, contact Debbie Bauer at MACCI at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 715-384-3454.