Leadership BG Class of 2019

Leadership BG Program

Applications are now being accepted for Leadership BG Class of 2021.

Leadership BG is a one-day per month commitment for 9 months that highlights a broad range of issues vital to the community. The program beings in September and runs through May each year. Through contact with a variety of experts in the fields of Economic Development, Local Government, Health Care, Judicial System, Manufacturing, Social Services, Education, and Leadership Development, participants will expand their leadership skills, knowledge, and influence on their community.

These components also increase communication dialogue between the public and private sector; builds consensus among participants, and fosters personal and professional relationships through the exchange of viewpoints and experiences. Each class is given the challenge of completing a required class community service project of its choice, enabling the group to work together toward a common goal while administering their leadership style and exploring possibilities of effective change.

Class of 2019

Erica Adkins - Bowling Green Care Center
Patti Ankney - CMC Group
Melissa Bell - Signature Bank
Amy Brinkman - Wood County Board of Developmental Disabilities
Christopher Coy - Farmers & Merchants State Bank
Ryan Davis - UIS Insurance
Brad Feehan - City of Bowling Green Fire Division
Shannon Fisher - Wood County Department of Job & Family Services
Liz Foreman - Wood County Hospital
Amanda Gamby - City of Bowling Green
Travis Glick - Thayer Honda
Bryan Hartzler - The Danberry Co
Emily Jasiniski - Key Mortgage
Craig Kenyon - InTech IT Solutions
Raj Kumar - Regal Beloit
Rebecca McMonigal - Wood County Sherriff's Office
Anthony Marinelli - Thayer Chevorlet
Tiffany Morelock - Fifth Third Bank
Mick Murray - City of Bowling Green
Mackenzie Nofziger - Montessori School of Bowling Green
Brandon Welsh - Best Western Falcon Plaza

High School Leadership Program

High School Leadership is an eight-month youth leadership-training program with the mission of introducing high school aged youth to their community while fostering leadership abilities. While today's primary focus remains on tomorrow's leaders, this program consists of fewer lectures and is more interactive - using approaches much like those employed in today's classroom. The program includes students from Bowling Green High School, who must go through an application process, and be recommended by school faculty and administrators. The Chamber would like to thank our High School Leadership sponsors: Bowling Green City Schools, Leadership BG Alumni Association, BG Noon Kiwanis, and The Exchange Club of Bowling Green.

High School Leadership Class of 2019