Leadership Paducah Class #32 was recognized for its graduation at the June 6 Power in Partnership Breakfast of the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce. Leadership Paducah is a program of the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce.

Members of Class #32 include: Kevin Barrow, Paducah Power System; Alex Blackwell, Denton Law Firm; Addie Bozarth, Williams, Williams & Lentz, LLP; Chip Brandstetter, Lundberg Medical Imaging; Jo Anna Brown, Regions Bank; Landee Bryant, Maiden Alley Cinema/Bricolage Art Collective; Michael Campbell, i5 design group inc.; Jeff Canter, PFGW Architects; Clinton Combs, Peel & Holland; Tammy Courtney, Swift & Staley Inc.; J.T. Crawford, Paducah Life Magazine/ Mazzone Communications; Brian Edwards, HDR Engineering Inc.; Jason Fort, Jennings & Associates; Bradly Gough, Bacon, Farmer, Workman Engineering & Testing; Jennifer Gough, Socially Present; Natalie Hackett, LOTUS; Joe Hayes, Paducah Police Department; Chris Hill, Entreneering; Cathy Hutchins, Federal Materials Company; Rhiannon Jenkins, U S Bank; Mary Katz, The Carson Center; James Landry, Keuler, Kelly, Hutchins, Blankenship & Sigler; Ben Lawson, M.P. Lawson Construction, LLC; Candace Melloy, Family Service Society Inc.; Tim O'Brien, FNB Bank; Michael Onuoha, Mercy Health-Lourdes; Rebecca Oreskovich, Computer Services Inc.; Emily Peck, West Kentucky Community & Technical College; Ashley Simmons, Kemper CPA Group, LLP; Michelle Smolen, City of Paducah; Corbin Snardon, Paducah Public Schools; Riley Solomon, CFSB Investments; Ben Stewart, Bradley, Freed & Grumley, P.S.C.; Ginger Stewart, McCracken County Schools; Eric Straub, Whitlow, Roberts, Houston & Straub, PLLC; Emily Torian, Beltline Electric Co. Inc.; Amy Webb, HollandStivers and Associates, LLC; Suzie Webb, Heartland CARES Inc.; and Kevin Wilson, Paducah Bank & Trust.

This year's class began in August 2018 and the group has met monthly since. Leadership Paducah is designed to foster an in-depth understanding of the inner-relationships and complexities of the Paducah/McCracken County area through a series of face-to-face discussions with community and state leaders. Class members visited various businesses throughout the year and also took a one day trip to Frankfort to visit the state legislature.

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