Congratulations Leadership Roseville Class of 2012

Congratulations to our Leadership Roseville Class of 2012!

They will be celebrating their graduation next week at Sierra View Country Club. This year’s class is our largest yet with 27 completing the program.

The Leadership Roseville program started 16 years ago and was designed to open doors for local businesspeople and interested residents to engage at a higher level in their community by offering a nine-month program which explores major issues and unique challenges facing Roseville.

The following have completed the program: Deborah Bedwell, Retired; Phillip Chan, Koeller, Nebeker, Carlson & Haluck, LLP; Mike Clark, New York Life;  Stephanie Dement, Brandman University; Eric Denio, Denio’s Roseville Farmers Market and Swap Meet; Valerie Dow, TAVD Virtual Assistant-DBA; William Ferguson, Gurnee & Daniels LLP; Suzanne Gazzaniga, Placer County District Attorney’s office; David Herrick, SureWest Communications; Julie Hirota, Roseville Arts-Blue Line Gallery; Joseph Horton, Caltrans-ADA Infrastructure Program; Gabriel Hydrick, John Adams Academy; Gregory Lammers, Waste Management; Sophia Madrigal, Roseville Police Department; Joseph McCaslin, Lambertson Industries; Zach Mongston, Gold Country Media; Christopher Onstott, Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard; Mark Page, Roseville Fire Department; Steamer Pease, Barbieri Commercial; Kim Pellow, National University; Hallie Romero, Hallie’s Hospitality; Michael Sinor, City of Roseville; Charles Sorensen, SureWest Communications; Gerry Stout, Truth Hardware; Daniel Wesp, Placer County District Attorney’s office; Patricia Wick, University of Phoenix; and Isabella Zaia, City of Roseville.

Recruitment is under way for our next class.

Leadership Roseville is designed to educate and develop effective community leaders who will help create a spirit of cooperation for the resolution of future community challenges.

The program is designed to meet these challenges by providing a vehicle to educate future leaders about the diversity of organizations that make up our community, encourage informed individuals to serve the community in leadership roles of their choice and enhance community leadership and management skills.

We have had more than 250 participants graduate from our program and today they are serving in leadership capacities on city and county commissions with neighborhood associations, local PTC’s, school boards, churches and even at the state senate level.

Applications are available on the Roseville Chamber’s website,, for anyone interested in applying for our next nine-month class.

If you live and/or work in Roseville, we would welcome your application. The deadline to apply is July 20.


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