Leadership Marshfield Council announces 2019-20 selections
For Hub City Times
MARSHFIELD – The Leadership Marshfield Council of the Marshfield Area Chamber Foundation has announced the selections for this year’s Leadership Marshfield program.
Participants in the 2019-20 class include: Charles Adamski – Roehl Transport, Inc.; Rebecca Bauer – UW Stevens Point at Marshfield; Amy Beauchamp – City of Marshfield Parks & Recreation Department; Krystal Bowman – Marshfield Area United Way; Kelsey Buhr – Marshfield Clinic Health System; Megan Genteman – Forward Bank; Ross Gessert – Marshfield Wastewater Treatment Facility; Chris Golden – Felker Brothers Corporation; Sarah Hanuszczak – Simplicity Credit Union; Mallory Kane – Bents Chiropractic Center, SC; Michael Klemme – Felker Brothers Corporation; Brad Knowles – Hawkins Ash CPAs LLP; Mara Kurz – Marshfield Clinic Health System; Alex Lendved – Mid-State Technical College; Julie Leu-Martinek – Marshfield Police Department; Pete Lotzer – Marshfield Insurance Agency; Jennifer Lueck – Opportunity Development Centers Inc.; Megan Nelson – PreventionGenetics; Kevin Nowack – ESE Inc.; Michelle Russell – BMO Harris Bank; Nicki Ryner – Wenzel Family Plaza; Luke Schlagenhaft – Marshfield Medical Center; Stacey Schultz – Marshfield Area Community Foundation; Brandon Smith – Roehl Transport Inc.; Jody Volkman – Marshfield Clinic Health System; and Nona Zahn – Forward Bank.
The program kicks-off with a two-day retreat scheduled for Sept. 17-18. The monthly sessions following will focus on: Education, Community Engagement, Health Needs & Issues, Local Government Day, Public Safety, and Business & Economic Development.
The purpose of the leadership program is to develop current and potential leaders in the community and to provide a training program that will enhance their ability to become more effective business and community leaders through networking and team building. Over 675 individuals have graduated from this program during the past 27 years.