November 9, 2017

22 participate in North Central Chamber leadership program

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Class of 2018 participants in the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce's Community Leadership Institute.

The North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce has begun its Community Leadership Institute, which includes 22 emerging leaders seeking to enhance their leadership skills.

The nine-month program, according to the Chamber, focuses on education, government, health care, social services, the justice system, media, arts, culture, environment and history.

The Institute, created in 1988, is intended to inspire a new generation of diverse area professionals to assume important roles in the community.

This year's participants include:

  • Surinder Ahluwalia, Ahluwalia Law Group
  • Cara Baillargeon, LUK, Inc.
  • Laura Bayless, Fitchburg State University
  • Mike Bordenca, Workers Credit Union
  • Alicia Cianciola, Fitchburg State University
  • Jill Connell, Sizer School
  • Wendy Connor, YWCA of Central Massachusetts
  • Rodney Dobbs, Leominster United Methodist Church
  • Najid Figueroa, LUK, Inc.
  • Nicole Gale, DoubleTree by Hilton
  • Meredith Geraghty, NewVue Communities
  • Kristen Gustafson, Leominster Credit Union
  • Kyla McDonald, Avidia Bank
  • Veronica Meneses, Fidelity Bank
  • Jessie Olson, Fitchburg Art Museum
  • Jasmine Ortiz, Quinsigamond Community College
  • Matthew Prior, Rollstone Bank & Trust
  • Dawn Reis, Avidia Bank
  • Alexander Rocheleau, Rocheleau Tool & Die Co., Inc.
  • Darlene Rossi, Morin Real Estate
  • Colleen Smith, DoubleTree by Hilton
  • Brittney Zanghi, Avidia Bank
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