The Sarpy County Chamber of Commerce and Leadership Sarpy Advisory Board is proud to announce and congratulate the members of the 2019-2020 Leadership Sarpy Class. An exceptionally strong pool of applicants has allowed the program to accept its largest class ever with 34 members. “It’s gratifying to watch each Leadership Sarpy class take this program to new heights year after year,” said Karen Gibler, President of the Sarpy County Chamber of Commerce. “We’ve offered the Leadership Sarpy program for over 20 years and it’s still growing. I’m so excited to see the unique mark this year’s class will leave on our community.”
The members of the Leadership Sarpy Class of 2020 include:
Adam Hoebelheinrich, Project Control
Alex Kumm, Charter Title & Escrow Services, Inc.
Amanda Preister, Mutual of Omaha Bank
Amy Waggoner, Great Western Bank
Andrew Thompson, MMC Mechanical Contractors, Inc.
Andy Sajevic, Five Points Bank
Angie Velardi, Fairfield Inn & Suites Papillion
Ashley O'Neal, SignIT
Brian Kindley, Associated Staffing Inc
Britton DeWeese, Ayars & Ayars, Inc.
Bruce Yoder, BVH Architecture
Dean Wilson, PostNet of Papillion
Geraud Gandemey, Primerica Financial Services
Jacob Zach, LEO A DALY
Janel Kaufman, FYRA Engineering
Jennifer Simmonds, Sarpy County CASA Service
Jose Dimas, Farm Bureau Financial Service-Joe Rickley
Josh Charvat, Sarpy County Economic Development Corp.
Kate Gatewood, Sarpy County
Kelly Baulisch, Heartland Family Service
Kristina Boehmer, Pinnacle Bank
Lisa White, Gateway Mortgage Group, a division of Gateway First Bank
Mandy Miser, Asset Strategies
Matthew Gulsvig, DLR Group
Melissa Glenn, Core Bank
Mike Zadina, CHI Health Midlands
Phillip Niewohner, Olsson
Quinn Cooper, Sarpy County Chamber of Commerce
Ryan Strawhecker, Paul J Strawhecker, Inc
Samantha Brunken, Paypal, Inc.
Shawn Hovseth, City of Papillion
Sherry Coon, Centris Federal Credit Union - La Vista
TJ Matgen, Pay-LESS Office Products
Todd Santoro, Cleanwash Laundry Systems
Leadership Sarpy is designed to build up community leaders both personally and professionally while assisting in the betterment of Sarpy County. Interactive sessions expose participants to the key challenges and opportunities of the county. Diverse topics give insight to our economic development, quality of life, local and state government and community awareness. To learn more about Leadership Sarpy please visit SarpyChamber.org/Leadership-Sarpy or call 402-339-3050.