COSHOCTON − The Coshocton Foundation and Management Coshocton County has declared its new class for 2023.
Leadership Coshocton County lately held a welcome reception at Clary Gardens the place new customers have been joined by family members, supporters, leadership alumni and customers of the organization’s advisory board.
The 32nd class of LCC was welcomed by Executive Director Betsy Gosnell, who thanked alumni and supporters of the software for their continued involvement. Also speaking have been Jandi Adams of Clary Gardens, Coshocton Basis Govt Director Bob Pell, advisory board chair Kaycee Newell and Bri Celeschi, who gave software details.
Users of the current class are Matthew Armstrong of Jones Metallic Products, Evan Fischer of People’s Financial institution, Nathan Gibson of Gibson Interior Painting, Erin Gotwals of Strawberry Hill Farm, Karri Millward Harstine of River Look at Area College District, Tammy Hicks of the Village of West Lafayette, Alonna Hoffman of OSU Extension of Coshocton County, Jackie Householder of Echoing Hills Household Heart, Cory Humphreys of McWane Ductile, retiree Kevin Lyngaas Cassie Spain of ASPIRE/Licking County and COTC-Coshocton and Angie Williamson of the Town of Coshocton.
The system 12 months will start with an open up retreat Sept. 11 to 12 at Salt Fork Lodge and Conference Center. Facilitators are Emily Marrison and Jenny Strickler of Ohio State College Extension of Coshocton County and Erin George and Vicki Maple of Revive with Vicki.
Management Coshocton County is a program of the Coshocton Foundation and receives cash from the Willard S. and Helen F. Breon Discretionary Fund, the McWane Ductile Group Grant, the Schooler Spouse and children Fund and unique contributions.
This 9-thirty day period management improvement application fulfills regular with classes intended to establish upon classes launched at the opening retreat by mastering about and traveling to historic sites, corporations, govt, non-income and social services organizations in Coshocton County.
In addition, users attain leadership abilities via a nationally identified on the net management curriculum, Beneficial Management. Chapter readings covering management capacities greatly enhance the experiential finding out of the month-to-month software days, allowing every single member to additional their management development. Each and every class is tasked with creating and viewing through to completion a local community challenge which addresses an unmet want in the community.
The system year ends in May well with a closing session and graduation. Deadline to utilize for the Course of 2024 is June 1. For more details, make contact with Gosnell at [email protected]foundation.org.
Submitted by Leadership Coshocton County