Congratulations Leadership Charlotte Class of 2023
June 26, 2023
On Friday, June 23, we celebrated the Leadership Charlotte Class of 2023 at their graduation at the Charlotte Harbor Event and Conference Center. The class had a phenomenal year getting a one-of-a-kind education how Charlotte County operates and connecting with the amazing folks who make it all happen. In addition to the education and making life-long connections and friendships, the Leadership Charlotte Class will leave a legacy by making a lasting impact within our local community.
Earlier this month the class held their 70’s/Austin Powers themed spectacular fundraising event … Shagadelic Shindig. The event was a huge success and due to the generous support of our members and community, the Leadership Charlotte Class of 2023 raised over $50,000 which will be given directly back to our community. The beneficiaries of these funds will be Drug Free Charlotte County, Meals on Wheels, and Douglas T. Jacobson Veterans.
Congratulations to the Leadership Charlotte Class of 2023: Rae Ann Antonucci (Restoration Bar), Lisa Baird (CeJay Associates), Tonya Blair (Nix Team at Coldwell Banker Sunstar Realty), Tiernan Cole (Charlotte County Administration Office), Morgan Cook (Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners), Derrick DeHays, Michelle DiBerardino (Charlotte County Clerk of Circuit Court), Kerry Duffy (Peace River Team at Morgan Stanley), Derick Duston (Charlotte behavioral Health Care), Melissa Duston (Panther Hollow Dental Lodge), Jennifer Huber (Florida Power & Light), Amy Huddleston (Charlotte Community Foundation), Warren Jarvis (The Daily Sun), Jami Joannes (Charlotte County Chamber of Commerce), Michelle Maldonado (Charlotte Harbor Event & Conference Center), Cindy Marsh-Tichy (Coldwell Banker Sunstar Realty), Tany Marshall (American Imaging of Southwest Florida), Forrest Miller (Kuhns Law Firm), Kris Proudfoot (Centennial Bank), Beth Sargent (Premier Sotheby’s International Realty), Gemma Schaefer (Gemma Schaefer Photography), Ashley Turner (Charlotte County Administration Office), Stephen VerVaecke (Morris-Depew Associates), and Caitlyn Waksler (Frohlich, Gordon & Beason Law Firm),