Leadership Collier Foundation Graduates 2023 Leadership Collier and Associate Leadership Collier
Leadership Collier Foundation (LCF), of the Greater Naples Chamber, hosted its 2023 Leadership Collier Foundation Program Graduation on April 19 at Arthrex sponsored by U.S. Bank Private Client Reserve. Julie Schmelzle, senior vice president of Bank of America and board chair of Greater Naples Chamber opened up the program followed by Reinhold Schmieding, founder and CEO of Arthrex.
Collier County’s centennial celebration was recognized by Sheriff Kevin Rambosk, Collier County Sheriff’s Office, with other elected officials that have graduated through the LCF programs. Brian Goguen, CIO of Barron Collier Companies and Chair of LCF presented Mary Beth Greier the Distinguished alumni of the year award. Lisa Gruenloh was also honored with the James Mudd award. Yvonne Bourk, president of U.S. Bank Private Client Reserve presented the closing remarks.
Each year, graduates of Leadership Collier Foundation programs are exposed to local issues and are encouraged to use their leadership skills and knowledge to support the community. The Leadership Collier 2023 is comprised of 43 community leaders, and Associate Leadership Collier 2023 is comprised of 43 aspiring leaders.
Recognition of all graduates of 2023 Leadership Collier (LC) was recognized by chair Todd Lyon, and vice chairs, Tammie Nicola, and Jen Clark. Recognition of all graduates of 2023 Associate Leadership Collier (ALC) were recognized by chair Meredith Budd, and vice chairs Hasan Katjezovic and Sloan Nagy. Shontra Powell of the 2023 Leadership Collier class and Joey Coleman of the 2023 Associate Leadership Collier to speak on the overview of their respective program experiences.
Full list of program recipients can be found here:
Information on the Distinguished Alumni of the Year award can be found here
Information on the James V. Mudd award can be found here