Leadership Collier Foundation graduates Youth Leadership Collier Class of 2021

Posted 7/14/21

The LCF Board of Directors congratulates the graduates of the Youth Leadership Collier Class of 2021

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Leadership Collier Foundation graduates Youth Leadership Collier Class of 2021

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NAPLES – The Leadership Collier Foundation (LCF), of the Greater Naples Chamber, held its graduation of the Youth Leadership Collier (YLC) program on Friday, June 18, 2021 at The Players Club & Spa. Sarah Geroy was honored with the 2021 Youth Leadership Collier Distinguished Alumni of the Year Award. The award was established to honor Donna MacNiven, founder of Youth Leadership Collier, and to recognize a Youth Leadership Collier Alumnus that exemplifies leadership through their community involvement and professional achievements.

The mission of YLC is to develop ethical leaders committed to active community involvement. Reaching over 500 students to date, Youth Leadership Collier (YLC) empowers students to become effective leaders through hands on experiences and field work, while encouraging students to begin their careers and community leadership in Collier County.

The LCF Board of Directors congratulates the graduates of the Youth Leadership Collier Class of 2021:

Rylee Alexis, Palmetto Ridge High School
Jacob Baer, Community School of Naples
Brianna Barbaro, Seacrest Country Day School
Alexander Bishop, Gulf Coast High School
Victoria Blankenship, First Baptist Academy
Fenide Cadet, Lely High School
Lanie Chappell, Naples High School
Brendan Corina, Seacrest Country Day School
Taylor Dahlke, Everglades City School
Ethan Gable, Community School of Naples
Anna Gordley, Gulf Coast High School
Joel Guerrero, Immokalee High School
Lucy Hazelett, Gulf Coast High School
Jackson Howe, Naples High School
Austin Johnson, Gulf Coast High School
Paul Lamb, Barron Collier High School
Victoria Lee, Naples High School
Cruz Levy, First Baptist Academy
Amy Lottes, Community School of Naples
Isabella Lucarelli, Gulf Coast High School
Cayley McCloskey, Lely High School
Jack McElrath, Barron Collier High School
Andrew McLendon, Naples High School
Djounie Mergelus, Lorenzo Walker Technical High School
Logan Moore, Gulf Coast High School
Prisca Paul, Lorenzo Walker Technical High School
Christlie Poteau, Lorenzo Walker Technical High School
Laura Ribeiro, Barron Collier High School
Stephanie Robert, Immokalee High School
Ayden Scott, Golden Gate High School
Elizabeth Walker, Saint John Neumann High School

About the Leadership Collier Foundation
The Leadership Collier Foundation (LCF), of the Greater Naples Chamber, educates local business leaders about the societal and economic challenges facing the community today through the programs and initiatives it governs: Leadership Collier, Associate Leadership Collier, Youth Leadership Collier, The Emerging Leadership Council and Campaign for Leadership. Through the work of the LCF Alumni Association, graduates continue to build alliances, foster goodwill and civic trusteeship that will strengthen Collier County. The foundation also leads the Chamber’s initiative for work-based learning opportunities for local business and students supporting talent development. For more information, contact Amanda Beights at amanda@napleschamber.org. 

About the Greater Naples Chamber
The Greater Naples Chamber is a not-for-profit business association representing over 1,100 active members working to cultivate economic opportunity for all. The Chamber accomplishes this through government relations, leadership programs, and providing businesses with the resources and information they need to thrive. For more information, call (239) 262-637 or visit www.napleschamber.org.

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