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Alliance Honors Leadership Class

The story below appeared in Thursday’s Charleston Daily Mail.

The Charleston Area Alliance recognized members of the 2010-2011 class of Leadership Kanawha Valley at its annual celebration at the Clay Center. Leadership Kanawha Valley is a leadership-development program affiliated with the Alliance.

Members of the class: Steve Burton of 1-800-Gambler/First Choice Health Systems; Patrick Snyder and Colt Sandoro of the Kanawha County Commission; Raymond Dodson of the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra; Jason Golden and Daniel Vickers of Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield; Joe Hager of Arnett & Foster; Tania Hotmer of Appalachian Power Co.; Jeff Sikorovsky of Hospice Care; Kelly Whitlock and Christopher Erlewine of BB&T; Michelle Taylor of First Choice Services; Almeda Tincher of Columbia Gas/NiSource; and Bruce Deal of Security America.

Also: John Bupp of Kay Casto and Chaney; Erin Brewster of Foster Law Firm; Trip Showen of Triad Engineering; Beth Maley of Fifth Third Bank; Mark Drennan of Children’s Home Society of West Virginia; Cartney McCracken of Rain Maker Inc.; Sheila Dickens of City National Bank; Jared Burdette of Summit Community Bank; Zach Cowan of Ernst & Young; Susan Blake of West Virginia American Water; and Andrew Beckner of Sen. Jay Rockefeller’s office.

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