The Plano Chamber of Commerce announced the 36 members who will take part in Leadership Plano Class 38. It includes individuals deemed to be civic, community-focused people committed to Plano’s continued growth and improvement.
“Leadership Plano has made a tremendously positive impact on the Plano community and beyond,” Program Director Carole Greisdorf said. “Its graduates serve in numerous elected positions and on non-profit boards throughout North Texas. This program provides a solid foundation for service and also significantly affects the lives and careers of the participants.”
The program was established in 1983 and runs from September through May. It is intended to increase member’s community awareness and leadership skills. This year’s plans, including the Sept. weekend retreat, are designed to keep everyone safe from COVID-19.
Leadership Plano Class 38:
Gregory Arp, Plano ISD
Jarvis Archibald, Children’s Health
Ann Bacchus, Attorney
Mary Barnes-Tilley, Collin College
Colleen Campbell, Assistance Center
Catherine Caso, Junior League of Collin County
Michael Casavant, JP Morgan Chase
Diana Charbonneau, Toyota Financial Serv.
Kavita Doddamane, Dentist
Meryl Evans, Self-employed
Eddie Franklin, Jr., Self-employed
Matthew Fuhriman, Capital One
Frank Gallovich, Frank J. Gallovich Insurance
Michelle Giltner, Heritage Farmstead Museum
Julie Godfrey, The Barre Code
Elisa Klein, MKC Create
Claire Lick, Texas Health Resources
Diane Lowery, Stackpath
Albana Mansoor, Vizient
Kathy Marcum, Plano Chamber of Commerce
Jenna Maynard, Community Volunteer
Amy Pagan, City of Plano
Michael Presbitero, Attorney
Dylan Rafaty, C-Hear, Inc.
Laura Rhetta, UBS
Nicole Ritter, Baudax Bao
Dorly Roy, Goldenlight Creative, Inc.
Cassandra Shead, Shead Realtors
Camille Smith, Women’s Non-profit Alliance
Rekha Suryanarayana, It’s a Sensory World
Susan Swan Smith, My Possibilities
Kathy Taylor, Plano YMCA
Brittnea Ussery, Plano ISD
Faryal Virk, Communities Foundation of Texas
Nicole Warhoftig, City of Plano
Cody Weaver, Coldwell Banker