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  Be a part of the 25th Class of 
Leadership Hendricks County...applications for the
LHC class of 2017 are now available!

 

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YLHC Class of 2016-17
 
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Front row from left: Hayes Morrison, Layla Codarmaz, Kendra Springs, Katherine Daum, Marissa Deas, Grace Gliva; Second Row from left: Jonah Kiritschenko, Sara Berge, Micah Campbell, Ashleigh Neier, Carter Stuard, Kaiah Haberkorn, CJ Elston, Zane Thomas, Michael Oliver; Third row from left: Janelle Morris, Lindy Rader, Joeleigh Rutledge, Lindsay Schaecher, Cassidy Tewes, Brayden VanSlyke, Will Denny, Carli Wilson, Jillian Zurcher; Fourth row from left: Sarah Guipe, Mapuana Stephens, Delaney Patterson, Faye Jessup, Jaredyn Goulet, Tanner Waite, Luke Engelhardt, Eric Lees, Connor Horning. Not Pictured: Abby Nickol
 

  YOUTH LEADERSHIP HENDRICKS COUNTY

 The primary purpose of Youth Leadership Hendricks County is to develop leadership potential, foster civic awareness, and promote responsible volunteerism.

The youth program is designed for high school sophomores and its schedule is synchronized with the school year. Five students from each of the county‚Äôs six public high schools and a few students from private/home schools are chosen for the program. Class sessions focus on leadership skills and the many components of life in Hendricks County.                      

    
   

ADULT LEADERSHIP HENDRICKS COUNTY

CLASS OF 2016

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John Anderson, Anderson Financial Planning Group, LLC
Amanda Babinec, Avon Junior Athletic Association
Marvin Blade, Duke Energy
Amy Boyles, United Way of Central Indiana
Dana Carter, Kinney Group
Jeffrey Dixon, Plainfield Fire Territory
Marisa Donovan, Plainfield Community Schools
Whitney Driver, Trine University
Charles Fippen, First Internet Bank
Elizabeth Ford, Abstract & Title Companies
Kara Harlan, Visit Hendricks County
Steven Hite, Hendricks Power
Tamara Jessup, Mental Health America of Hendricks County
Andrew Klinger, Town of Plainfield
Nicole Lawson, Hendricks County Assessor's Office
Jeffrey Lewis, Avon Police Department
Frank Meyer, Avon High School
Ryan Morrison, THE WELL.COMMUNITY
Amy O'Hearn, Sheltering Wings
Jenna Price, Mike Price Realty Team - RE/MAX Centerstone
Adam Scott, Hendricks Regional Health
Sara Servaes, Kittles Furniture Sales
Dr. Tracey Shafer, Danville Community School Corporation
Julia Smalley, Hendricks Regional Health
Ariane Stallard, Ivy Tech Community College
Dr. Anne Stegemoller, IU Health West Hospital
Ryan Tanselle, Capper Tulley & Reimondo
Angela Tilton, Purdue University
Jarod Turner, Hendricks County Bank and Trust

 

               

 
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Leadership Hendricks County, Inc.
1900 East Main Street
PO Box 7
Danville IN 46122
317.718.6178


Since 1993, Leadership Hendricks County has given citizens the background and inside information they need to take on effective leadership roles in the Hendricks County community. Each graduating class within the program has completed a Team Discovery project to address a current community need. Leadership Hendricks County, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to seek, prepare, involve and sustain leaders from diverse backgrounds to address community and countywide changes.

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