Leadership Akron Class 34

July 10, 2017 3:07 PM | Women's Network (Administrator)

Leadership Akron Announces Class 34

The signature program is one of several programs provided for leaders across generations through Leadership Akron. The Women's Network would like to congratulate the following members for their acceptance into the Leadership Akron Signature Program, Class 34: 

Kirsten Lino, business banking team leader, Huntington National Bank, board president, Women's Network

Andrea Conti, clerk of court at Cuyahoga Falls Mayor's Office, Women's Network CLI graduate, class 4

Shana Earle, director of finance & business systems, Akron Children's Hospital, Women's Network CLI graduate, class 3

Kathy Romito, community outreach manager, Western Reserve Hospital, board member and Women's Network CLI graduate, class 3

We would also like to recognize and congratulate: 

Laura Wallerstein, 2017 Women's Network Emerging Leader winner (past member)

Jacqui Ricchuti, Women's Network CLI graduate, class 2 (past member)

Studies show diversity in leadership can positively impact a company's performance and success*. We applaud Leadership Akron's continued effort toward diverse leadership in our community. Hats off to 56% female representation in class 34. 

For a full list of the new class, click here.

About Leadership Akron
For over 30 years, Leadership Akron has equipped participants for community involvement and leadership. The signature Program offers intensive study of community issues and interaction with top decision-makers, enabling participants to expand their effectiveness as community leaders. In addition to the Signature Program, Leadership Akron empowers leaders across generations through its other programs. 

About the Signature Program
Over the course of the year, Leadership Akron Class 34 will develop a well-rounded perspective on the Akron community and set the stage for further involvement as community leaders. Beginning the year with a City Tour and two-day Opening Retreat, they will spend a full day each month focusing on a specific aspect of the community. Topics include Social Services, Healthcare, Education, Justice and others. Each day gives the class a hands-on look at the key organizations, decision-makers and the issues in that sector of the Akron community. Upon graduation, the class will be poised with new knowledge, connections and commitments to empower their service to the Greater Akron community. 

*Read more on diversity in leadership here. 

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