Tempe Leadership welcomes Class XXXII

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Members of Tempe Leadership Class XXXII meet at the Tempe Fire Training Facility before heading to Saguaro Lake Ranch for a weekend orientation retreat.

Tempe Leadership welcomed its newest class members with an orientation retreat to Saguaro Lake Ranch this weekend, kicking of the 9-month program with a variety of team-building exercises, social events and learning activities. Out of 34 applicants, 22 were chosen for this year’s class. The members of Tempe Leadership Class XXXII are:

  • Marni Anbar, Kyrene School District
  • Gina Apsey, SRP
  • Andres Barraza, Barraza Trade Company
  • Ronald Boyd, SRP
  • Anthony Contente-Cumono, Udall Shumway PLC
  • Michael D’Elena, HomeSmart
  • Hanan Elsaad, Banner Health
  • Sonia Filan, Mesa Community College
  • Meryl Griesedieck, Valley of the Sun United Way
  • Julie Hettermann, Self Employed
  • Wydale Holmes, City of Tempe
  • John Kissinger, Kimley-Horn & Associates
  • Brian Lee, Landings Credit Union
  • Mandel McDonnell, Architekton
  • Susan Nagi, Our Town – The Valley
  • William Ottinger, Cox Media
  • Jay Robinette, General Dynamics
  • Preston Swan, ASU
  • Anita Tarango, ASU
  • T Alan Thompson, SRP
  • Errin Webster, Dignity Health
  • Lori Zurcher, HomeLife Professionals

The members of this year’s class range in age from their 20’s to 50’s and bring a variety of life experiences to the group. Tempe Leadership is a program of the Tempe Chamber of Commerce Foundation that brings together like-minded individuals in the community to engage and challenge one another, learn more about the ins and outs of Tempe and, most importantly, make a real difference in the Tempe community. Upon graduation in May, this class will join more than 700 alumni of the Tempe Leadership program.


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