LMAA: Leadership Midland Alumni Association

 

 

 

 

 

 

MISSION

“KEEP THE FIRE BURNING” of Leadership Midland Alumni and Enhance Leadership Roles in Both Business & the Community By:

  1. Providing Adult Development Leadership Programs and Activities
  2. Providing Network Opportunities for Social and Business Purposes
  3. Serving as a Leadership Resource for the Community

VISION

Engaging and inspiring leaders to make a positive impact in our community,

Leadership Midland Alumni Association

The Leadership Midland Alumni Association (LMAA) is an active group of Leadership Midland graduates that want to continue to grow their network while being involved in the community. Their core initiatives include planning for future Leadership Midland programs; offering networking opportunities for members; communication Facebook, an alumni directory, and e-mail alerts; and projects that contribute to the well-being of the community.

 

2019 Officers & Directors

Chair
Jenni Bush (2016)
SPACE, Inc.

Past-Chair
Jen Lee (2015)
Three Rivers Corporation

Vice- Chair
Matt Smith (2015)
Modern Reality

Treasurer
Amy Gilstad (2016)
Dow Chemical Company

Secretary
Rachelle Kell (2010)
Tri-Star Bank & Trust

Director
Bob Brentin (1998)

Director
Jenn Holzinger (2011)
Dow Chemical Company

Director
Vicky Jezewski (2006)
Ieuter Insurance

Director
Brandon Lewis (2018)
Ayre Rhinehart

Director
Tina Lewis (2003)
Midland Business Alliance

Director
Cathleen Louisignau (2013)
Members First Credit Union

Director
Meleah Retzloff (2005)
1st State Bank

Director
Patrick Schefsky (2016)
Poznak Dyer Kanar Schefsky Thompson PLC

Director
Cally Taylor (2017)
Greater Midland Community Centers

Director
Vicki Wakeman (2017)
Shelterhouse

Join LMAA Today!

Any questions/concerns, please email LMAAMidland@gmail.com. Again, we really appreciate you being a member of this great organization!

Leadership Midland began in 1986 and was initially sponsored by the Midland Area Chamber of Commerce, Midland Daily News, Midland Rotary Club, and Northwood Institute. To date, over a thousand people have completed the program. The program is open to adults who expect to serve in leadership positions for the community. The Steering Committee, comprised of Leadership Midland alumni, begins their work in January to identify topics and presenters for the fall program. Class members are selected each spring and spend the summer months preparing for the participation in the program.

For information on Leadership Midland, contact Diane Middleton at the Midland Business Alliance at (989) 839-9522.