Class of 2015 for Leadership Montana announced

2014-07-13T00:00:00Z Class of 2015 for Leadership Montana announced The Billings Gazette
July 13, 2014 12:00 am

Leadership Montana, the premier leadership development program in the state, announced the selection of 44 community, business, education, health care and government leaders from across the state for the Class of 2015. The program presents an annual seven-session program of leadership development, education about issues facing Montana today and opportunities for networking and collaboration. Orientation begins in September at Big Sky and concludes with graduation in Billings on May 1, 2015. Other program sites this year will include Havre, Missoula, Helena, Butte and Sidney.

Those selected for the Leadership Montana Class of 2015 from Eastern Montana include:

Billings: Roni Baker, MSU Extension Service, Yellowstone County; Sara Becker, First Interstate Bank; Stephen Casher, Rocky Mountain Bank; Mike Follett, Billings Clinic; Tammy Jones, CTA Architects; Dianne Lehm, Big Sky Economic Development; Steve Loveless, St. Vincent Healthcare; Fred Sterhan, Mountain Plains Equity Group, and Jeremy Vannatta, Big Sky Economic Development.

Harlowton: Mike Zwicker, Wheatland Memorial Hospital.

Havre: Carson Sweeney, Northwestern Energy and Joel Rosette, Plain Green.

Livingston: Troy Selland, 5.19 Sales & Marketing.

Red Lodge: Thomas Kohley, Ranch Maps.

Sidney: Camila Skinner, Seitz Insurance Agency.

For more information about the program, go online to leadershipmontana.org or call 406-896-5877.

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