Chamber announces 2023-24 Leadership Tuscaloosa class

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Nearly 50 West Alabamians are getting a jumpstart on their leadership skills as part of the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama‘s 2023-24 Leadership Tuscaloosa class.

The nine-month leadership development program offers networking and learning opportunities to give participants a firsthand look at Tuscaloosa County’s opportunities and how they can be more effective leaders.

This year’s Leadership Tuscaloosa chair is 2020 Leadership Tuscaloosa graduate JacQuan Winters, who’s a commercial realtor with Pritchett-Moore Real Estate and an active member of the Leadership Tuscaloosa Alumni Association.

Class members include:

  • Carol Agomo, the University of Alabama
  • Teresa Bivens, Tuscaloosa City Schools
  • April Blount, Eagles’ Wings, Inc.
  • Emily Bryant, United Way of West Alabama
  • Dakota Callaway, The Westervelt Company
  • Ashley Chambers, the University of Alabama
  • Andre Channel, Townsquare Media
  • Brian Davis, Tuscaloosa County Park and Recreation Authority
  • Lexi Edwards, Sales and Leadership Development Group, LLC
  • Beverly Foster, Shelton State Community College
  • Jaime Garza, Hope Pointe Behavioral Health Crisis Center
  • Michael Green, Shelton State Community College
  • Emily Hall, Five Horizons Health Services
  • Tyreece Hampton, the University of Alabama
  • Jimmy Hart, Visit Tuscaloosa
  • Cody Haycraft, Amazon- BHM1
  • David Howell, Tuscaloosa County Commission
  • Cindy Huggins, DCH Health System
  • Roosevelt Jackson, Tuscaloosa’s One Place, Inc.
  • Marc Jonas, Mercedes-Benz U.S. International, Inc.
  • Karen Jones, Indian Rivers Behavioral Health
  • Joshua Lowenthal, The Law Office of Joshua A. Lowenthal
  • Jonna Martin, Alabama Credit Union
  • Daniel McCullum, The Bear Trap
  • Kyle McDermott, BFGoodrich Tire Manufacturing
  • Kortney Milien, Alabama ONE
  • Audrey O’Neal, Bryant Bank
  • Jennifer Phifer, the University of Alabama
  • Ottia Phillips, Easterseals West Alabama
  • Lesley Powell, Tuscaloosa City Schools
  • Laura Reeves, River Oaks Health, LLC
  • Alicia Richards, City of Tuscaloosa
  • Quinn Roe, Way, Ray, Shelton & Company, P.C. – CPA
  • Nicole Shine-Hopson, Parents Resource Institute for Drug Education (PRIDE) of Tuscaloosa
  • Exa Skinner, Kentuck Art Center and Festival
  • Max Snyder, Tuscaloosa County Economic Development Authority
  • Kyle South, Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama
  • Khouri Spencer, Parker Towing Company
  • Yvonne Stevenson, Jackson Business Consulting
  • Steven Thomas, Temporary Emergency Services
  • Carmisha Thomas-Shabazz, Tuscaloosa County Commission
  • Jeff Thompson, Amazon- BHM1
  • Kayleigh Westbrook, Avenue Pub
  • Paula Whitley, District Attorney’s Office
  • Lisa Young, Tuscaloosa County Branch of NAACP
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