Chamber Announces Leadership Sarasota 2019 Class

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Leadership Sarasota County, a program of The Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce, has announced the Adult Class of 2019. Class members include Priya Acharya of Pranila, Charlene Altenhain of The Glasser/Schoenbaum Human Services Center, Craig Badinger of Hermitage Artist Retreat, Alicia Chalmers of Jr. League of Sarasota, Kelly Duyn of Venice Theatre, Rebecca Ferda of State College of Florida, Robbie Gronbach of Willis Smith Construction, Jennifer Johnston of Gulf Coast Community Foundation, Kari-Jo Koshes of JMX Brands, Nan Morgan of Planned Parenthood of SW and Central FL, Laura Randall of Sarasota Christian School, Allison Whitten of Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium and more. Leadership Sarasota County is a series of county-wide programs designed to enhance participants awareness of the community and its needs by examining how leadership in the historical, geographical, educational, economic, governmental and cultural segments work together to perpetuate and advance the Sarasota County community and its citizens.

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