Classof2016

Leadership Tomorrow Class of 2016

  • Vlad Anderson
  • Jacob Ashendorf
  • Allison Beauchesne
  • Paul Blank
  • Stephanie Brown
  • Justin Carr
  • Dan Chapman
  • Darrell Cheam
  • Bill Cunningham
  • Noah Daniels
  • Nadia Flores
  • Brian Greene
  • Kimberly Harnish
  • Laird Hayes
  • Jeff Herdman
  • Jennifer Leisz
  • Joe Lewis
  • Mary Locey
  • Kim Mahon
  • Tony Mossbarger
  • Damon Psaros
  • Rudy Ramos
  • Kendra Senn
  • Sheldon Singleton
  • Lynn Smith
  • Gerry Tieri
  • Carrie Woodward

A Message from our 2016-2017 Leadership Tomorrow Chair Kristin Miller.

News and Events

09 Aug

Class of 2017 25 members strong

The 2016-2017 Class for Leadership Tomorrow is taking shape. After over 40 interviews, the list is being narrowed down to

  • "Leadership Tomorrow has brought me closer to the Community I serve. It's not a leadership class, it's a class for leaders."
    Jon Lewis, Class of '12, Lieutenant - Newport Beach Police Department
  • “The invaluable information I received and the experiences I had as a Leadership Tomorrow participant gave me to the tools I needed to become a City Councilman, Mayor and now President & CEO of the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce.”
    Steven Rosansky, Class of '02, President - Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce
  • "The variety of individuals, locations and organizations we were exposed to made this an extremely valuable experience."
    Shelly Westmore Hoss, Class of ’99, Executive Director The Orange County Community Foundation
  • "The nine months of classes were a great learning experience packed with information and exposure to amazing people and programs.  The experience provided me with concrete contacts that have made my business life more productive."
    Marilyn Smith, Class of ’05 , Public Affairs Manager Irvine Ranch Water District
  • "Leadership Tomorrow provides class members with a front-row seat to hear about the inner workings of Orange County, providing a glimpse into the key areas of our community and how leaders deal with today’s issues."
    Debra Legan, Class of ’98