(Louisville, Ky.) — The Young Professionals Association of Louisville is proud to announce the first graduating class of their Emerging Leaders Program (ELP). Over the course of four months, the 27 participants participated in sixteen hours of training led by Chris Schulz, Learning Manager with Humana. As part of the curriculum, each class featured community leaders who discussed their leadership journey. Special thanks to Cynthia Knapek, Ed Glasscock, Patti Swope, Nat Irvin, Scott Keifer and Jennifer Macklin for speaking to the group as well as the Oliver Group and University of Louisville College of Business for supporting the program.

YPAL will be taking applications for the next Emerging Leaders Program in July.

The inaugural class of the Emerging Leaders Program concluded their coursework on June 10th. The 27 graduates include:

Hannah

Beasley

Fetter Group

Derek

Burcham

Cornerstone Wealth Advisors

Monica

Claerbout

21C Hotels

Nick

Covault

KY Center for the Performing Arts

Shelby

Dehner

Indian Summer Camp

Scott

Dingle

Ameriprise Financial

Meagan

Fuller

Hilliard Lyons

Gabrielle

Fuller

KY Center for the Performing Arts

Courtney

Gatti

Norton Healthcare

Andrea

Hamblen

LG&E

Danail

Kelisakiev

Brown Forman

Sarah

Larson

Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana

Erin

Spalding

Doe Anderson

Marty

Nash

Chase Bank

David

Phillips

SinglePoint Solutions

Adoit

Pradhan

Jefferson Audio Video Systems

Chris

Rambicure

Miller Wells Law Firm

Marlow

Reidling

Vaughn & Smith Law Firm

Jamie

Resseguie

Advanced Healthcare Associates

Joe

Schmidt

Commonwealth Bank & Trust

Claire

Seiffert

Doe Anderson

Michael

Sieckman

KY Science Center

Stephen

Snyder

AFLAC

Keith

Starling

America Place Business Park

Chuck

Summers

Midwest Center for Foreign Investment

Brian

Walter

Humana

Bethany

Witten

Louisville Metro Government

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