• Mission

    To provide a creative balance of professional development and leadership development
    through education, community service and social events, offering ample opportunities
    to create new friendships, forge long-term business partnerships and
    provide exposure to community events and activities.

    Vision

    To offer opportunities which inspire personal and professional growth
    for the future leaders of Greene County.

    What is Greene LEADS?

    Greene LEADS is a year-long program for professionals, new and native alike, that will provide  a creative balance of professional development and leadership development through education, community service and social events, offering ample opportunities to create new friendships, forge long-term business partnerships and provide exposure to community events and activities

    • Must be a member of a Greene County Chamber of Commerce
    • One year program running from April – March
    • Participants: approximately 10 people per program    
    • Commitment: 1-2 events per month
    • Cost: $100 per year
    Benefits:

    Participation and networking at some of the greatest events in the area, which may include a table at Dayton Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 event, TED Talks, and Dayton President’s Club Luncheon, as well as education that focuses on etiquette, serving on a board, healthcare, and the opportunity to partner with a local non-profit.

     

    Applications for a 2018 Membership will be accepted in February 2018.  

     

     

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  • Selected for 2017:

    • Stephen Brown,
      Hilton Garden Inn, Beavercreek
    • Titus Sullivan,
      Thomas & Grushon Insurance
    • Jeremiah Astin,
      Victoria Theatre Assn.
    • Michael Thonnerieux,
      City of Beavercreek
    • Colleen Clemens,
      Primrose School of Beavercreek
    • Casey Shaw,
      State Farm, Mick Lundy
    • Caitlin Garber,
      Holiday Inn Fairborn
    • Sheila McCarrier,
      Infant Swimming Resource
    • Alexander Wolodkiewicz,
      Pinnacle Financial Associates
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  • Co-Chair:

    • Monique Reeves,
      Beavercreek Office Suites
    • Holly Beard
      Parrot Promo Essentials

     

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  • Stonehill Village Nutter Enterprises Planned Community
  • A planned community
    with leisure trails,
    event center,
    recreation, schools, and
    shopping all within easy
    walking distance
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  •  Feed the Creek is a weekend food program for students that needs assistance of food on the weekends.

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