Visalia Chamber Announces Leadership Class Members | Business
A total of 13 talented future leaders have been chosen to represent the 2012–2013 Visalia Chamber of Commerce in its flagship program, Leadership Visalia. Members of the 27th Leadership Visalia class are as follows:
Rafael Andrade Huerta – Family HealthCare Network
Debbi Barton – Visalia Ceramic Tile, Inc.
Rodney Blaco – Tulare County District Attorney's Office
Laura Florez – Kaweah Delta Health Care District
Gil Gonzales – Jo-Ann Stores, Inc.
Nathan Halls – Bank of the West
Ed Jones – Sequoia Community Corps
Trish Krstic – A & W Restaurants
Julieta Martinez – Tulare County Board of Supervisors
Ryan Stillwater – Visalia Fox Theatre
Alma Torres-Nguyen – Kaweah Delta Health Care District
Jason Vasquez – Visalia Community Bank
Crystal Williams-Jordan – Armstrong Property Management
This year’s program kicks off with an orientation on Thursday, August 9th at the Visalia Chamber of Commerce and will led by Ruth Medlin, a skilled facilitator who has worked in education, training, and meeting facilitation for most of her professional career.
Participants enter this program with tremendous potential and enthusiasm and graduate months later transformed into individuals who have realized their true leadership abilities and talent. These dedicated students will be put through the paces as they develop and execute a major project that leaves a lasting and positive impact on the community; participate in a self-improvement and development retreat; organize and attend a leadership mission to the State Capital and devote one full day each and every month to an intensive learning program.
Additional information about the Leadership Visalia program can be obtained by calling (559)734-5876 or at www.visaliachamber.org.
The mission of the Visalia Chamber of Commerce is to preserve, model and advance business vitality and prosperity for our members and the community.