Leadership Roswell presents its next class

September 5, 2013 • Local News

The 31st annual Leadership Roswell Class is proud to present this year’s students selected for the 2014 Leadership Roswell Class. The class runs nine months and meets one Friday each month. The program gives participants the opportunity to learn through lectures, workshops, panel discussions and planning committees. There have been more than 750 gradu[auth] ates of the program to-date. The Leadership Roswell Program under the direction of Rick Kraft, is sponsored by the Roswell Chamber of Commerce and for more information please contact 623-5695.

The current class includes:

Joan Arnold, dean of Liberal Arts at Eastern New Mexico University- Roswell, Bethany Benavides, senior accountant for Accounting Consulting Group, Ruben Bolanos, principal with the Roswell Independent School District, Sharon Coll, city clerk with the City of Roswell, Sean Davis, executive director of Chaves County RSVP, Tabitha Denny, a coach and trainer; Stephen Dodson, chief operating officer for Dodson Wholesale Lumber, Vincent Espinoza, legal office specialist and assistant to the court executive for the 5th Judicial District Court, Anthony Fish, VP of operations for Pecos Valley Pizza, Parker Folse, attorney with the Hinkle Law Firm, Rebecca Gonzalez, administrative assistant to the Commandant of Cadets/dean of students with New Mexico Military Institute, Damon Graham, who is with financial services for New York Life, Bobby Graves, account manager for Xcel Energy, David Harper, safety manager for Dean Baldwin Painting, Bud Hewett, county GIS mapper for Chaves County, Jerry Janow, Parks & Recreation assistant with the City of Roswell, Cindy Lewis, owner of Comfort Keepers, Jennifer Madison, administrator for Bee Hive Homes in Roswell, Kila Mathews, domestic matters case manager for Chaves County CASA, Anabel Molina, senior accountant for Chaves County, Kenny Ragsdale, financial professional for Family Financial, Anna Rains, associate attorney with Sanders, Bruin, Coll & Worley, Jacob Reese, investor accounting with Pioneer Bank, Westin Rhoads, treasurer and estimator for Rhoads Co., Allesandra Rogers, lieutenant with the Chaves County Detention Center, Donna Strange, director of human resources for Lovelace Regional Hospital, Bill Suggs, director of the Center for Workforce and Community Development for ENMU-R, Jalene Wenner, retail operations branch development for Pioneer Bank, David West, chief of staff for NMMI and Kirk Wood, missions pastor for Grace Community Church.

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