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Meet Park City’s next class of leaders

The Leadership Park City training program recently began its 21st year of preparing people for greater positions in civic life.

The program dates to an era of extraordinary population growth in Park City and surrounding Summit County, a time when many of the newcomers were interested in greater participation in the community.

There are more than 550 people who have graduated from the program. They have gone on to hold important positions in Park City politics, the not-for-profit sector and businesses.

The Leadership Park City program involves monthly sessions focused on a range of topics, including the Park City economy, diversity and managing change. The class also visits the Capitol and members travel on the annual City Tour to regional destinations to learn about the mechanics of communities elsewhere. The class, meanwhile, selects a project to undertake addressing an issue of importance to the community. Projects in past years have included promoting an anti-bullying message and discouraging the use of plastic bags.

The 21st class ends in October 2015.

A welcoming reception and an orientation have been held for the 21st class. The members have also visited the ropes course at the National Ability Center.

The recently selected Leadership Park City class includes:

  • Aimee Preston
  • Andrew Wright
  • Anya Grahn
  • Becky Johnson
  • Brendon Longley
  • Buster Pike
  • Carrie Westberg
  • Chris Neff
  • Connie Nelson
  • Glen Perry
  • Hadley Dynak
  • Jackson Kelly
  • Kathryn Zwack
  • Kevin Arthofer
  • Kraig Moyes
  • Laura Suesser
  • Lauren Hansen
  • Madeline Knauer
  • Marielle Parisean
  • Mary Beth Maziarz
  • Mellie Hutchinson
  • Nate Brown
  • Nenna De Camps
  • Peregrine Bosler
  • Randi Jo Taurel
  • Scott House
  • Sherry Weaver
  • Steve Spaulding
  • Stuart Johnson
  • Sue Anderson
  • Venessa Knight
  • William Pratt

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