Leadership Cape May County 2017 - 2018
Leadership Cape May County is designed to develop informed, committed and qualified business, community, and civic leaders for Cape May County. Using models previously established by successful Leadership programs held around the United States, this program will take an intensive look at the issues affecting our area and prepare participants to provide quality, dynamic leadership throughout Cape May County.
Participants will gain knowledge and information on unique facets of Cape May County from local experts, guest speakers, and field experience that will enhance your future leadership roles. Each month, participants will delve into specific areas of importance to Cape May County including Arts, History, and Culture; Tourism, Economic Development; Drug Addiction, Poverty; Government, United States Coast Guard; Public Safety, Law Enforcement, & Criminal Justice; Health & Human Services; Education & Entrepreneurship and our local Environment, Agriculture & Aquaculture. Class enrollment is limited to 20 qualified candidates. Tuition for Leadership Cape May County is $599. There is no fee to apply for the program.
Class enrollment is limited to 20 qualified candidates.
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The 2nd Year Graduates
Pictured from left to right Top Row; Ron Sulpizi (Sturdy Savings Bank, Chris Oney (CMC
Chamber of Commerce, Matt Faragasso (TD Bank), Dawn Sheeks (CMC County Clerks Office),
Amy Mahon (Reich Asset Management), Heather Frame (Wildwoods Convention Center),
Maggie Colwell (Crest Savings Bank), Judy Rogozinski (Atlantic City Electric)
Bottom Row: Maggie Warner (Morey's Piers), Jen Shivers (Cape May-Lewes Ferry),
Alicia Grasso (Cape May Brewing Company), Kristin Jackson (Atlantic Cape Community College), Maria Gamble. (Not pictured is Nina Ranalli (Coast Guard Community Foundation)
The Inaugural Class Graduates
|Pictured from left to right; Brigitta Scott (CMC Chamber of Commerce), Elizabeth Hulitt (First National Bank of Elmer), Michael Porch (DRBA), Eliza Lotozo (Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities), Rhonda Jackson (Fishermen's Energy), Anthony Martino (Gaiss' Meat Market), Maria Kellett (Atlantic Cape Community College), Paula James (Atlantic City Electric), Steven Steger (Stager Beach Service), John Young (Sturdy) and Beverly Trapp (GWTIDA). Not pictured is June Cooper (Crest Savings Bank).|