Congratulations to the third Leadership Gallatin class. SUBMITTED

Leadership Gallatin, a leadership development program presented by the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce, announces the third class.

The program will allow participants to have an insider-look as they explore, experience, and engage in all things Gallatin.

“This third class of Leadership Gallatin is made up of leaders who either live, work, or serve in Gallatin. They come from diverse backgrounds and represent a variety of different industries in our area. We are thrilled to continue to grow this program and believe that it will strengthen community development in Gallatin for years to come,” said Kim Baker, chamber CEO.

The Class of 2022, alphabetically:

Ryan Baker – Sumner County Museum; Kenneth Brown – HALO Realty/Twin Lion Development; Theresa Dowell- Fuqua – Sumner County Board of Education, retired, Dana Farley – SimpliHŌM; Ciera Holman – Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County; Laramie James – City of Gallatin; Christy Ladd – Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce; Felecia Lewis – Unlimited Potential Community Development Corporation; Tullie Louder – Rosendin Electric, Inc.; Evan Muldoon – Edward Jones’ Shelby Mullen – Ascend Federal Credit Union; Allen Ray – State of Tennessee, Department of General Services; Cole Shepherd – US Military, retired; Lorin Sutton – West End Construction; Tara Tenorio – Facebook; Caleb Terry – CityLight Baptist Church; Ben Thornton – Gallatin Department of Electricity; Kathryn Ullery – Recovery Community; Alison Webster – Volunteer State Community College Foundation; Justin Wright – Country Financial

The class will spend eight months visiting area sites and meeting leaders, all bringing attention to local needs, opportunities, and attractions in the Gallatin area.

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