LOGAN, W.Va. — The Logan County Chamber of Commerce has announced members of the Leadership Logan Class of 2016.
Leadership Logan is am eight month program designed to help emerging leaders to understand community issues, provide information on how decisions are made and how services are delivered within the county.
The model for Leadership Logan is based after the Leadership West Virginia program operated through the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce. The Leadership West Virginia program is an eight month program with each session organized around critical topics. Topics for the session included Education, Health Care, Tourism, Energy & Coal/Manufacturing, The Legal System, Small Business and Economic Development.
This leadership-training program creates unique learning and networking opportunities for businesses while enhancing the leadership skills for each class member.
The following individuals were accepted into this year’s Leadership Logan program: Jeffrey Scott Adams, Appalachian Electric Power; Chad Bishop, Hatfield & McCoy Moonshine; Jason David Browning, Logan County Schools; Tyler Browning, Logan Bank & Trust; Jamie Dempsey Butcher, West Virginia Extension; Derek Dalton, Rebound Physical Therapy; Deborah Durham, Division of Culture & History; Melissa Fleming, Acculab Environmental Services Inc.; Brooke Honaker, Logan County Child Advocacy Center; Sandra Hugueley, Logan Regional Medical Center; Patrick Hutchinson, Logan Bank & Trust; Ronald L. Jones, The Century Program/Pride Community Services Inc.; Brian Kirkendoll, The Chapman Printing Company; Joseph Mendez, Fountain Place Cinema 8; James “Jay” Nunley, WVOW Radio; Ray Perry, Logan County Commission; Amanda Smith, Ferrell & Hill Insurance; Chad Story, US House of Representatives; Nathan Thornhill, Thornhill Auto Group; Brent Tomblin, Charleston Area Medical Center, and Owen Wells, Civitas Media (The Logan Banner).