May 30, 2018
The Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated the graduation of 24 community leaders from its Leadership Alexandria 2.0 program on May 15. The program was designed as a follow up to the Chamber’s popular Leadership Alexandria program, which has been running for 26 years.
Leadership Alexandria 2.0 is nine-month program that delves deeper into the personal leadership style of each participant and how that leadership can impact the future of the entire community. The Alexandria Chamber partnered with Scott and Michelle Wiethoff of GiANT Worldwide to take local leadership to the next level for greater community impact.
For more information on Leadership Alexandria 2.0 or Leadership Alexandria, contact the Alexandria Chamber at 320-763-3161 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 Leadership Alexandria 2.0 graduates include (back row, left to right) Rachel Jahner, Glenwood State Bank; Michelle Ahlquist, Alexandria Technical & Community College; Scott Gronholz, Mid-Minnesota Federal Credit Union; Lynn Arnquist, Alexandria Technical & Community College; Molly Comer, Habitat for Humanity of Douglas County; Nicole Fernholz, Alexandria Area Economic Development Commission; Mark Reineke, Widseth Smith Nolting & Associates; Kayla Wacholz, Alexandria Chamber of Commerce; Edward Reif, Alomere Health; Donna Ryan, Bell Bank; Matt VanWatermulen, 3M Abrasive Systems Division Plant; Kurt Steidl, Alexandria Industries; (front) program leaders Michelle and Scott Wiethoff of GiANT Worldwide; Sara Stadtherr, City of Alexandria; Brad Lenertz, Alexandria Clinic/Alomere Health; Tara Bitzan, Alexandria Chamber of Commerce; Amy Reineke, Horizon Public Health. Not pictured: Brandon Johnson, Coldwell Banker/Crown Realtors; Chris Merten, Neighborhood National Bank; Christine Schroeder, StoneBridge Wealth Management; Deena Steffl, Target Stores; Del Mari Runck, Neighborhood National Bank; Erin Berns, LifeSTAGE Wealth Management; Renae Molden, Alexandria Extrusion; Shawn Stoen, West Central MN Healthcare Preparedness Coalition.
Published by Voice of Alexandria