The 2020=21 class of Leadership Tuscaloosa held a graduation ceremony last week at RichLyn Farms.
West Alabama’s premier leadership program, Leadership Tuscaloosa plays a role in shaping the positive direction of participants who have a desire to make West Alabama a better place to live, work, and play.
Through a series of sessions with community leaders, Leadership Tuscaloosa aims to help meet the community’s need for effective, informed leadership. Program participants are more aware of and sensitive to the wide range of needs and opportunities in the community through shared experiences with a cross section of highly capable fellow citizens.
Class members for 2020-21: Stan Adams, Tuscaloosa Tourism & Sports; Mildred Black, People Optimum Consulting Inc.; Justin Brady, Cadence Bank; Toya Burton, Whatley Health Services, Inc.; Lisa Byrd, Bryce Hospital; Laura Cabaniss, Cabaniss Media; Gary Chilcutt, Parker Towing Company, Inc.; Grant Cockrell, Shelton State Community College; Amanda Coupland, Mercedes-Benz U.S. International; Charles Edwards, H.A. Edwards Inc.; Karl Elebash IV, TTL, Inc.; Leigh Ann Fair, Tuscaloosa County Commission; Derrick Gilmore, Stillman College; Jacquie Johnson, Alabama ONE; Megan Jolly, Jolly Heating and Air; Ronetta Leatherwood, Tuscaloosa’s One Place; Andrea Markham, Tuscaloosa City Schools; Shannon McCue, Arts & Humanities Council of Tuscaloosa; Matthew McGee, Tuscaloosa County High School; Misty Moon, American Red Cross; Liz Moore, The University of Alabama; Megan Richards, Adcox Associates, LLC; Corey Seale, Tuscaloosa County District Attorney’s Office; Allison Smith, Alabama Credit Union; Chantelle Smith, Carrie Fitts Real Estate, LLC; Eric Smith, Regions Bank; Marshetta Spencer, Stillman College; Kris Sullivan, Buffalo Rock/Pepsi; PJ Talley, The Builders Group; Mark Tobin, The Westervelt Company; Gabriela Varas, Five Horizons Health Services; Darryl White, Formel D; Luther Winn III, Mercedes-Benz U.S. International; Timothy Woodard, BBVA; RaSheda Workman, Stillman College.