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  • Leadership Greater Jackson is a nine-month leadership development program designed to educate participants about major community issues and alternate approaches to solutions to community problems.  Each month, the Leadership Greater Jackson class meets to explore different aspects of leadership and various challenges facing the community. 

    Sponsored by the Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership, Leadership Greater Jackson strives to help grow and enhance leadership qualities through an extensive curriculum, community service projects and interaction with the community’s foremost leadership.  A class of approximately 40 participants are selected by  a committee of program alumni who work to ensure that the individuals chosen reflect the diversity of the community-at-large.

    For more information regarding Leadership Greater Jackson, please contact Shirley Tucker, Vice-President, Leadership Development, at 601-948-7575 or email stucker@greaterjacksonpartnership.com.

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  • 2015-2016 Leadership Greater Jackson Class

    Front Row:  Shunika Stallworth (New Horizon Management); Roslyn Griffin (City of Jackson); Ross Weems (BancorpSouth); Lauren Lawhorn (Brunini); Monica Rent (Neel-Schaffer); LaToya Porter (Porter's Insurance Agency); Elliott Flaggs (Cornerstone Government Affairs); Warren Greenlee (Young Law Group); Howard Bartee (Belhaven University); Patrick Jacobs (Regions)

    Second Row:  Becky Pierson (MS Organ Recovery Agency); Sara Harper (JPS); Kianca Guyton Stringfellow (City of Madison); Russell Morrison (Merrill Lynch); La'Toyia Slay (Butler Snow); Lauren Thompson (Canizaro Cawthon Davis); DeSean Dyson (Redeemer School); Lee Hill (Baker Donelson); Ed Johnson (Atmos Energy)

    Third Row:  Zabrina Fuller (Trustmark); Kristian Beatty (Volunteer Greater Jackson); Antoine Anderson (BankPlus); Jay Losset (St. Andrew's Episcopal School); Saundra McFarland (JSU); Erin Dehon (UMMC); Nicole Bunch (Green Oak Garden Center); Allison Washington (MS Arts Commission); Trent Marchman (Trustmark)

    Fourth Row:  Cliff Agnew (Williford, McAlister & Jacobs); Erin Ward (BankPlus); Denita Smith (MS Attorney General's Office); Slates Veazey (Bradley Arant Boult Cummings); Charles Wingard (Reformed Theological Seminary); and William Merritt, IV (JPS)