What is Leadership Lake Houston?
Leadership Lake Houston is a program of the Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce which identifies and develops future leaders for our community. The intent of the program is to develop new community leaders and enhance the skills and community awareness of existing community leaders by exposing participants to the challenges and opportunities in various segments of our community. The goal of this process is to assemble a network of community leaders who can enhance their problem solving and other leadership abilities through shared perspectives and working together.
What's in it for my company?
Your company will benefit from a development program that helps expand your scope and reach by increasing your
community exposure and awareness and creating and identifying opportunities to market your company. The Leadership Lake Houston Program will develop your participating employees and provide them a well-rounded overview of the Lake Houston Area market.
Application & Selection Process
Anyone engaged in a career, or other endeavors, having an interest in community development and growth is invited to apply. At a minimum, the successful candidate will have expressed a desire to contribute both time and energy toward serving the community, demonstrated prior volunteer involvement and demonstrated professional growth. Class size is limited. Deadline to apply is May 31. A non-refundable $25 application fee must be turned in with the application.(Application fee is waived for Chamber members who are at or above the Partner Distinguished Investor level). Applicants will be notified of their acceptance by July 1.
Program tuition is $895. Tuition must be paid in full by August 9. Tuition is payable by the individual, the employer or the sponsoring organization and is non-refundable.Tuition covers all program materials, meals, snacks, Opening Retreat and Graduation.
Our commitment is to provide participants with experiences, knowledge and skills to better assume leadership roles within the community. The program will strengthen confidence, motivation, creativity and relationships. It will open the door to leadership opportunities and provide a better understanding of the challenges facing our community. This program will help participants identify the areas that interest them in investing their time and talent.
EXPECTATION OF PARTICIPANTS
Candidates should have demonstrated an interest in volunteer leadership as well as a desire to increase their involvement in community activities. Participation in all scheduled activities is required to graduate from the program. Participants are allowed to miss only eight (8) hours total of regular sessions during the Leadership Lake Houston year. Any tardy or partial days will be included in this eight (8) hour total. Attending the entire Opening Retreat is mandatory. Upon graduation, participants will be expected to become involved in the community in some type of leadership capacity.
MORE INFORMATION, QUESTIONS, COMMENTS
Contact Christina O’Dell at the Lake Houston Area Chamber: 281-446-2128 or email@example.com.
Class 9 Schedule
Regular session dates will be held from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm. Any deviations will be disclosed to the class well in advance. The Opening Reception and Graduation will be held in the evening.
Opening Reception: August 27, 2019
Opening Retreat: September 12-13, 2019
Two-day, overnight leadership retreat at Camp Allen in Navasota. This retreat explores leadership and includes team building exercises.
Social Services: October 1, 2019
Discover various social service organizations and how they make an impact in our area.
Healthcare: November 12, 2019
Learn about the area’s healthcare amenities and the challenges facing our healthcare community.
Government: December 10, 2019
Interact with local government leaders and learn about the entities that govern our area.
Justice & Public Safety: January 14, 2020
Discover the our area’s history and experience the Quality of Life the Lake Houston Area offers.
Education: February 11, 2020
Learn about our public & private education systems and the challenges they’re currently facing.
Economic Development: March 3, 2020
Learn about the area’s Economic Development Program and the strengths and challenges of our area in regards to economic development.
Quality of a Leader: April 14, 2020
Learn about different types of volunteer leadership service, expectations for volunteer leaders
and how to determine to which projects, committees or boards to commit.
Class Project Day: May 12, 2020
Put your leadership to the test as you complete a community project of your choice with your classmates.
Graduation: May 12, 2020
Gather with your class on program leaders as you celebrate the end of the program and the beginning of your community leadership journey. Graduation is held from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm.
Applications for Class 9 are now being accepted!
Noel Cardenas, Memorial Herman Northeast Megan Carter Hartman, Haines Law Katena Carvalajes, Houston Airport System Stephanie Causey, Chick-fi l-A Wilson/Beltway 8 Jackie Christian, The Karate School Nathalie Cras, New York Life Insurance Melissa Crizer, Humble ISD David Fischer, HCA Kingwood Medical Center Jennifer Gisclair, Humble Area Assistance Ministries Levi Hermes, McCord Development Chris Janik, Walgreens Larkin LaSueur, Humble ISD Adewunmi “Ade” Lewis, Houston Airport System Deborah Rose Miller, Rose Realty LLC Sabrina Padgett, Pines Montessori School Oscar Ramos, Lone Star College Atascocita Center Brie Rangel, IMPACT Branding and Design Kiana Rios Mangual, Humble ISD Education Foundation Dean Ryan, Insperity Tracy Slaughter Holmes, Explore the Horizon/MaxumTravel Adam VanDeventer, Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce Mitzi Vaughn, Winsurance
Ian Adler, McCord Development
Erica Badamo, The Village Learning Center
Austin Bird, Berkeley Eye Center
Robyn Choiniere, Picture It Sold
Chase Christiansen, Kingwood Medical Center
Chris D’Camp, Walgreen’s
Rene DeLaricheliere, CenturyLink Communications
Jonathan Frey, Humble ISD
Kathleen Goerner, Humble ISD
Asdrubal Gutierrez, Harris County
Daniel Kilgore, Pearson Carpet Care
Eric Lacy, True Love Christian Church and Childcare
Kathryn Lemman, Community Bank of Texas
Sagan McClure, Lone Star College-Kingwood
Morgan McGrath, Lake Houston Chamber of Commerce
Kayla Price, Price Financial
Tricia Racine, Memorial Hermann Northeast
Britney Samperi, Community Resource Credit Union
Mandy Stelzer, Lake Houston YMCA
Carli Weatherhead, Mathnasium of Humble South
Betti Welch, Insperity
Rachel Williamson, Chik-fi l-A, Wilson Rd./Beltway 8
Jennifer Wooden, Harris County, Commissioner Pct 2
Abraham, Lone Star College – Kingwood
Vidal Barerra, Sullivan’s Advanced Paint & Body
Jessica Beemer, City Councilman Dave Martin
Dr. Janie Branham, Branham Consulting
Angela Conrad, Insperity
Gregory Erickson, Memorial Hermann Northeast
Cheryl Johnson, CJs Promotions
Teri Jones, Chick-fil-A Fall Creek
Kim Kilgore, Aaron Mechanical
Kap McWhorter, Humble ISD
Ginger Noyes, Humble ISD
Kelly Paull, The Village
Carol Poston, St. Mary Magdalene Catholic School
Todd Sullivan, FocalPoint Business Coaching
Erika Worley, The Luke Church
Sabrina Wright, Texas Children’s Pediatrics
Tiffany Wyatt, Humble Area Assistance Ministries
Jackie Barrett, Chick-fi l-A Wilson RD/Beltway 8
Elisha Buster, Lake Houston Family YMCA
Jim Carranza, Edward Jones
Page Cherry, Visibly Connected
Nikole Davis, Pretty Little Things Boutique
Nici Esch, Holy Trinity Episcopal School
Angela Haydel, Insperity
Trey Hill, Edward Jones
Aaron Javener, Including Kids
Jennifer Jozwiak, Lake Houston Area Events/The Hometown Chef
Sandy LaClave, General Growth Properties
Shanna Lopez, Waste Management
Pam McNair, Green Bank
Marley Morris, Humble ISD
Michael Prats, Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce
Carolina Redmond, Lone Star College – Kingwood
Kelly Ryan, Memorial Hermann Northeast
Geralyn Sullivan, Humble ISD-The Cambridge School-Mosaic Program
Cody Sundbeck, Citizens Bank
Kelsie Thaler, Insperity
Terry Vaughn, Walgreens
Anthony Acosta, Skylla Engineering
Cristina Alig, MD anderson
Angela Anthony, Woodforest National Bank
Josh Arkless, Keller Williams Realty Northeast
Shannon Callens, Including Kids, Inc.
Raquel Chappell, Divergys, LLC
Katye Colbert, Humble Area Assistance Ministries, Inc.
Martina Dixon, Humble ISD School Board
Michele Dykstra, The Village
Erica Johnston, Chick-fi l-a Fall Creek
Audrey McAlpine, Berkeley Eye Center
Shannon McIntire, Shannon McIntire Skin/Nutrtition
Jerri Monbaron, Humble ISD
Chris Parker, Bates Insurance Agency
Christine Pechayco, Commercial State Bank
Allie Smart, City of Houston, Council Member Martin
Jason Stuebe, The City of Humble
Christy Tarkington, Holy Trinity Episcopal School
Rebecca Tucker, Memorial Hermann NE
Diana VanHorn, Edward Jones – Diana G VanHorn
Kristen Wilkes, Lone Star College Kingwood
Nora Witbrodt, Lake Houston Family YMCA
Brandon Womack, CenterPoint Energy
Laura Allen-Kelchner, Humble ISD
Vivien Bond, Memorial Hermann Northeast
Carole Brady, Family Promise of Lake Houston
Arodi Gonzalez, CenterPoint Energy
Polly Heil – Mealy, Abundant Health and Wellness
Cheryl Howell, Commercial State Bank
Stephania Jackson, Kingwood Medical Center
Duane Jonhston, Chick-fi l-A Fall Creek
Noah LaBauve, Noah LaBauve State Farm Insurance
India Loth, Empire Truck Lines, Inc
Krystal Macias, New York Life
Harris Malik, Sunrise Custom Homes, Inc
Amanda Martin, NuTech Energy Alliance
Adam McAlpine, McAlpine Interests
Amanda Petree, Humble ISD
Nick Racine, HealthSouth
Tracie Kamenoff, Lone Star College-Kingwood
Jesús Saucedo, Lone Star College-Kingwood
Jen Sitton, Flip Flop Travel
Tiffany Watson, Enbridge
Roycelyn Bastian-Spencer, Lone Star College-Kingwood
Casey Christman, State Representative Dan Huberty
Jenna Dhayer, Lake Houston Family YMCA
JP Espinoza, New York Life
Jeff Foxhoven, Hewlett-Packard Company
Millie Garrison, HAAM
Leslie Hart, Berkeley Eye Center
Houston Hayes, Humble ISD
Laurie Hiett, Insperity
Nicole Keenan, Lone Star College-Kingwood
Jamie Mount, Humble ISD
Tammy Nigro, Shank Wealth Management
Dr. Scott Pagano, Campbell Chiropractic
Lorrie Patel, Mary Kay Cosmetics
Pamela Prats, Insperity
Heath Rushing, Memorial Hermann Northeast
Seth Thorbjornsen, Kingwood Medical Center
Tracy Warren, CenterPoint Energy
Kelly Waterman, Councilman Sullivan
Kayla Webb, Newland Communities