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A new class joins Leadership Sandy Springs

The weekend of September 22-24, the Sandy Springs Class of 2023 begins its 9-month community leadership development program. (LSS)

Leadership Sandy Springs (LSS) has announced the 34 members of the new LSS Class of 2023.

A diverse group of experienced and emerging leaders, the class kicked off their nine-month community leadership development program last weekend with a retreat at Unicoi State Park in Helen, Georgia.

“This is one of the highlights of our program. Everyone gets to know each other better and identify individual strengths and leadership styles,” said LSS Program Director Kathryn Lautenbacher, a 2011 graduate of the program.

After the retreat, class members attend monthly program days and special events to teach them about Sandy Springs and the Greater Perimeter region, enhance leadership skills, deepen civic understanding, and connect them with leaders in many sectors.

“We are proud to say that the community is created not just like that, but by us [Leadership Sandy Springs] help create it,” said Rosalyn Putnam, the nonprofit’s new executive director. “Since 1987, Leadership Sandy Springs has produced nearly 1,000 graduates who make a positive impact on our community and region. They lead nonprofits, large and small businesses and organizations, serve on councils, city councils and commissions, and volunteer their time and talent to build a thriving, inclusive community.”

34 members:

Laurie Barrett is a community volunteer

Black Bosley – Emory St. Joseph Hospital

Sherry Collins is a community volunteer

Cameron Darvish – Community Outreach Center

Michelle Day – Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta

Gail Early Jokerst – Brightside Works LLC

Jennifer Emery – City of Sandy Springs

Maite Fuertes – Los Niños Primero

Shanti Gangadharan – HealthStream

Candice Giardino – Arrow Destroyers

Sequoia Hanneman – Genpact

Megan Harris – Nagem Management Group, Inc.

Eric Hollinghead – Fulton County Schools

Casey Homans – HP, Inc.

Imani Isaac – Sandy Springs Fire Department

Scott Levy – Sandy Springs Police Department

Rashida Liddell – DIRECTV, LLC.

Ryan Love – Powered by Love Events LLC

Leslie Marie Moseley – eXp Realty

Matt Neylan – Mount Vernon School

Brian Patterson – North Springs Charter High School

Rollin Richmond – Sandy Springs Rotary Club

John Ranningen – Commenda Capital LLC

Crystal Seymore – Kaiser Permanente

Mark Sonenshine – Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates

Justin Sparano – Northern Hospital

Kevin Stone – Burr & Forman LLP

Kyle Sweeney – Sandy Springs Fire Department

Ben Taube – Bank of America

Linda Trickey – Cox Communications

George Tucker – Campbell Stone North Apartments

Nancy Votto is an Atlanta-based orthodontic specialist

Matt Weiss – Parker, Hudson, Rainer, Dobbs LLP

Chris Zorn – Emory Winship Cancer Institute

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A new class joins Leadership Sandy Springs

The weekend of September 22-24, the Sandy Springs Class of 2023 begins its 9-month community leadership development program. (LSS)

Leadership Sandy Springs (LSS) has announced the 34 members of the new LSS Class of 2023.

A diverse group of experienced and emerging leaders, the class kicked off their nine-month community leadership development program last weekend with a retreat at Unicoi State Park in Helen, Georgia.

“This is one of the highlights of our program. Everyone gets to know each other better and identify individual strengths and leadership styles,” said LSS Program Director Kathryn Lautenbacher, a 2011 graduate of the program.

After the retreat, class members attend monthly program days and special events to teach them about Sandy Springs and the Greater Perimeter region, enhance leadership skills, deepen civic understanding, and connect them with leaders in many sectors.

“We are proud to say that the community is created not just like that, but by us [Leadership Sandy Springs] help create it,” said Rosalyn Putnam, the nonprofit’s new executive director. “Since 1987, Leadership Sandy Springs has produced nearly 1,000 graduates who make a positive impact on our community and region. They lead nonprofits, large and small businesses and organizations, serve on councils, city councils and commissions, and volunteer their time and talent to build a thriving, inclusive community.”

34 members:

Laurie Barrett is a community volunteer

Black Bosley – Emory St. Joseph Hospital

Sherry Collins is a community volunteer

Cameron Darvish – Community Outreach Center

Michelle Day – Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta

Gail Early Jokerst – Brightside Works LLC

Jennifer Emery – City of Sandy Springs

Maite Fuertes – Los Niños Primero

Shanti Gangadharan – HealthStream

Candice Giardino – Arrow Destroyers

Sequoia Hanneman – Genpact

Megan Harris – Nagem Management Group, Inc.

Eric Hollinghead – Fulton County Schools

Casey Homans – HP, Inc.

Imani Isaac – Sandy Springs Fire Department

Scott Levy – Sandy Springs Police Department

Rashida Liddell – DIRECTV, LLC.

Ryan Love – Powered by Love Events LLC

Leslie Marie Moseley – eXp Realty

Matt Neylan – Mount Vernon School

Brian Patterson – North Springs Charter High School

Rollin Richmond – Sandy Springs Rotary Club

John Ranningen – Commenda Capital LLC

Crystal Seymore – Kaiser Permanente

Mark Sonenshine – Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates

Justin Sparano – Northern Hospital

Kevin Stone – Burr & Forman LLP

Kyle Sweeney – Sandy Springs Fire Department

Ben Taube – Bank of America

Linda Trickey – Cox Communications

George Tucker – Campbell Stone North Apartments

Nancy Votto is an Atlanta-based orthodontic specialist

Matt Weiss – Parker, Hudson, Rainer, Dobbs LLP

Chris Zorn – Emory Winship Cancer Institute

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