July 23, 2016

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Young professionals picked for leadership program

MEDINA — Twenty-one young professionals have been selected to be part of Leadership Medina County’s newest program.

The program consists of six 2½-hour sessions designed for people at the start of their careers and covers personal strengths, intergenerational communication, and team and community building, said Lucy Sondles, program development director for Leadership Medina County.

The program was developed through “conversations with county business leaders,” Sondles said. “A fall survey completed by over 150 people confirmed LMC’s belief that such a program would greatly benefit both young professionals and the businesses they support.”

Sessions run March 6 to May 22.

Participants are:

• Nicole Auble, Automation Tool and Die;

• Kristopher Brown, Bober, Markey, Fedorovich and Co.;

• Ray Gill, Sandridge Food Corp.;

• Scott Gnau, Westfield Bank;

• Holly Jablonowski, Transitional Living Centers;

• Kristen Johnson, Medina County Auditor’s Office;

• Lindsey Kercher, Salvation Army, Wadsworth;

• Madalyn Kolarik, Automation Tool and Die;

• Christina Laskovski, Summa Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital;

• Jacob Mohoric, Automation Tool and Die;

• Alixandria Pozderac, Transitional Living Centers;

• Chelsea Pozderac, Transitional Living Centers;

• Jacob Pozderac, Transitional Living Centers;

• Nathan Pozderac, Transitional Living Centers;

• Daniel Robson, Medina County Auditor’s Office;

• John Stanko, Sandridge Food Corp.;

• Michelle Stiles, Transitional Living Centers;

• Constance Sureck, Medina County District Library;

• Benjamin Walker, ComDoc;

• Michele Wulff, Medina County Health Department;

• Stephanie Zingaro, Leadership Medina County.

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