2022-2023 Program Sponsor:
"The greatest wealth of a community lies not in the amount of its treasure, but in the quality of its leadership"
Leadership Hamilton began in 1992 and is designed to ensure the continuing vitality of our community by identifying, educating and motivating emerging leaders. Leadership Hamilton is open to anyone in the Hamilton, Ohio area who aspires to or already has talent for leadership positions in the community.
Throughout the nine month course, participants explore such issues as: economic development, education, city government, criminal justice, health care and social services. During the full day sessions, participants work together with local leaders to expand their network of contacts and resources, and increase their breadth and depth of knowledge about the community. The course starts in September and ends in May. Contact us for more details.
Leadership Hamilton Class 31
Seated: Kasey Rouse, Hamilton Community Foundation; Lori Henry, First Financial Bank; Mary Knapp, Community Design Alliance; Sarah Stapf, Lane Public Library; Amanda Blum, Primary Health Solutions; Jennifer Fabry, Badin High School; Phoebe Kerby, LCNB National Bank; Mallory Greenham, City of Hamilton; Lisa Sandlin, empoworks; Ann Marie Cilley, The Casual Pint Hamilton; Michele Stokes, Mercy Health – Fairfield Hospital
Standing: Jason Michael Miller, Butler Tech; Amber Brown, Telhio Credit Union; Steve Whayne, Miami University Regionals; Heather Kessler, Community First Solutions; Quinton Moss, Modern Psychiatry and Wellness, LLC; Paul Hoover, Kettering Health Hamilton; Zach Larkin, Rose Automotive; Jamie Bellman, Hamilton Caster & Mfg. Co.; Bryan Knicely, Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum; Tim Kiep, Matandy Steel; Jeff Archiable, Hamilton Vision Commission; Mike Bramer, Great Miami Valley YMCA; Tracy Shepherd, Butler County Board of DD; Sarah King, thyssenkrupp Bilstein of America
Not Pictured: Jeremiah Kirkland, TriHealth Bethesda Butler Hospital
- Develop informed and committed leaders who understand the issues and needs of our community.
- Create the opportunity for future leaders to meet, establish rapport and maintain relationships.
- Ensure that participants will be qualified to involve themselves in greater roles in our community through volunteerism in service and civic roles, serving on appointed boards and commissions and supporting growth of the city of Hamilton, Ohio.
- Create the opportunity for future leaders to continue to identify and study local issues.
Leadership Hamilton is open to anyone in the Hamilton, Ohio area who aspires to or already has talent for leadership positions in the community. Candidates may be nominated by an organization or may nominate themselves. Selection is determined by an applicant's willingness to invest the time required for active participation in the Program.
Space is limited to 25 participants selected from those who apply for the program. A selection committee will review all applications. Selection will be based on demonstrated interest, ability to assume leadership roles, and personal commitment to the Hamilton area. The selection committee will endeavor to involve participants who represent a cross-section of the community's social and economic interests.
Each participant is required to attend the opening session and the closing retreat as well as the monthly sessions over the nine-month period (one who is absent for two of the monthly sessions will be dropped from the program).
Leadership Hamilton is sponsored by the Greater Hamilton Chamber of Commerce, which also provides staff support for the program.
Members: $750 plus $25 personal registration fee
Non-Members: $1,050 plus $25 personal registration fee
Fees cover all costs associated with the program (except for recommended reading materials).
Payment is due by the first class. No part of the tuition is refundable once class begins.
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