Leadership Central Delaware Class of 2023 underway

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The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce kicked off its 2023 Leadership Central Delaware class with a two-day retreat last week. The 10-month-long program will expose its students to the many facets of leadership and how they can be found in central Delaware. Pictured are Cleo Bell, CDCC LDC coordinator, Logan Anderson, Delaware State News; Jamie Como, Chesapeake Utilities Corporation; Danielle Conklin, Dedicated to Women; Brianna Felts, First Command Financial Services; Keshawna Fuller, Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity; Dunkia Gilliam-Brown, Bally’s Dover Casino Resort; Tenish Gregory, CenDel Foundation; Carrie Hart, Bayhealth; Tyler Hartman, Century Engineering; Shannon Henry, Delaware State University; Nicole Hercules, Dover Federal Credit Union; Esosa Iriowen, Mark Group Companies, LLC; Shantel Jonas, Dover Federal Credit Union; Melinda Levasseur, Bally’s Dover Casino Resort; Katie Macklin, Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter; Jessica Main, Raymond F. Book & Associates CPAs; Angela Nartowicz, Dover Air Force Base; Travis Neal, Del-One Federal Credit Union; Alicia Porter, Benton & Schockley Law, P.A.; Crystal Riley, Del-One Federal Credit Union; Rachel Rohm, Kent County Tourism Corporation; Tetra Schockley, Benton & Schockley Law; Christopher Stahl, DE Advisory Council on Career & Technical Education; Chase Thompson, Advantech; Windy Thomson, Harrington Raceway & Casino; James Tompkins, Bayhealth; Stacey Wilkins, Del-One Federal Credit Union; and Amy Zook, Chesapeake Utilities Corporation.

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