July 09, 2013
Meet the graduates of WE Lead Class 7
WE Lead, sponsored by Fifth Third bank, graduated 53 women of Class 7 in June. WE Lead is the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber's leadership development program for women.
WE Lead offers professional coaching, practical learning experiences, mentoring, support and growth opportunities through a unique collaborative learning community. The 10-month program is designed to help women on established career paths prepare for further advancement.
"The 'secret sauce' that makes WE Lead so powerful is bringing together strong leaders from diverse backgrounds," said Diana Long, program manager for the Women Excel (WE) initiative at the Chamber. "Together they build lasting relationships, learning and supporting one another in reaching professional and personal goals. We’re proud of what the members of Class 7 have accomplished so far and are looking forward to what the future holds for them."
Kytyra Whitener, AK Steel, graduate of WE Lead Class 7 with Women Excel Program Manager, Diana Long.
Congratulations to the women of Class 7:
Athena Avgousti, Macy's, Inc.
L. Michelle Bailey
Patty Basti KPMG, LLP
Tricia Bath, LPK
Brooke Behnfeldt, GBBN Architects
Jen Biddinger, FirstGroup America
Laurie Brinkman, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
Katy Crossen, Powers Agency
Anne Cushing-Reid, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Sally Davenport, Macy's, Inc.
Feoshia Davis, WriteUP! Creative Content
Rachel Fausz, United Way of Greater Cincinnati
Cheryl Ganim, Barnes Dennig & Co. Ltd.
Monica Gearding, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP
Kathleen Grant, Cincinnati Bar Association
Rachael Hadaway, dunnhumbyUSA
Kateri Haskett, Pediatric Associates, PSC
Heather Hawkins, Thompson Hine LLP
Lynnette Heard, BRIDGES for a Just Community
Nancy Hudak, dunnhumbyUSA
Jamie Humes, Great Traditions Land & Development Co.
Kimberly Jackson, Robbins, Inc.
Marviette Johnson, Meridian Bioscience, Inc.
Sara Jones, HGC Construction Co.
Linda Kirschner, Fifth Third Bank
Michelle Kolb, Duke Energy
Kathy Lawson, Procter & Gamble
Christina Lawson, NIOSH/CDC
Karen Long, The E.W. Scripps Company
Vicki Masminster, Great American Insurance Co.
Clara Matonhodzec, Cincinnati Museum Center
Chantia Miller, Cincinnati Police Department
Kim Moscarino, ASI Signage Innovations, Cincinnati
J. Angela Myers, The E.W. Scripps Company
Susan Osborn, Girl Scouts of Western Ohio
Olga Piehler, MeM - Making Everlasting Memories
Karen Renz, Graydon Head & Ritchey LLP
Susan Robben, Humana
Kathy Saberton, School Outfitters
Julie Savchenko, Procter & Gamble
Paula Scholz, PNC Bank, N.A.
Jennifer Schwarberg, Ernst & Young
Anne Sesler, Government Strategies Group
Marjorie Solomon, Ohio River Valley Women's Business Council
Marsha Steed, NextStep Networking Inc.
Karrie Stock, KeyBank
Juliane Stockman, Northern Kentucky University
Richelle Thompson, Diocese of Southern Ohio
Joan Verchot, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
Carla Walker, think BIG strategies, llc
Joan Wetzel, Episcopal Retirement Homes
Kytyra Whitener, AK Steel
Jennifer Zehring, Turner Construction Co.
The Chamber's WE Lead program is targeted to women on established career tracks who want to gain the skills necessary to advance to higher levels. Designed for accomplished managers, business owners and leaders, the program will help refine leadership and communication skills for women advancing in both their professions and the community. WE Lead participants have experienced tremendous successes, from promotions to life changes to personal transformations.
More information about WE Lead
Look for the WE Lead Class 8 announcement in August 2013. Applications for WE Lead Class 9 will be available early 2014.
For more information about WE Lead or becoming a WE Lead Coach, contact Diana Long at 513.686.2946 or email@example.com.