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Covington Schools interpreter among the finalists for the 2017 Next Generation Leader Award

Mayra Guzman

by the River City News

Mayra Sidler Guzman, a community liaison and interpreter for Covington Independent  Public Schools, is among the finalists for the LEGACY 2017 Next Generation Leader Award in the education catgory.  

The Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati’s Young Professional Organization, announced the 2017 Next Generation Leader Award finalists.  

The Next Generation Leader Awards (NGLA) are designed to salute the region’s young professionals under the age of 40 for significant accomplishments in their chosen professional field, demonstrated leadership, as well as their contribution to the community.

The NGLAs are sponsored by Northern Kentucky University’s Executive Leadership and Organizational Change graduate program.

The finalists are:

ARTS/ENTERTAINMENT/RECREATION

Claire Hudkins, Wyoming Fine Arts Center

Amanda Lukawski, The Madison Event Center

Kate Stark, Self-employed

BUSINESS/FINANCIAL/LEGAL SERVICES

Stephanie Allgeyer, Von Lehman and Company

Brent Boden, BB&T

Chrissy Dunn Dutton, Blank Rome, LLP

COMMUNICATIONS/MARKETING/SALES

Molly Berrens, Spotted Yeti Media

Amanda Kladakis, Neyer Properties

Michael Monks, The River City News

COMMUNITY & SOCIAL SERVICES

Andy Brunsman, Be Concerned Inc.

Mitch Haralson, Life Learning Center

Kiana Trabue, YMCA of Greater Cincinnati

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

Will Johnson, Messer Construction Company

Wes Needham, Duke Energy

Daniel Streicher, CURB development LLC

EDUCATION

Mayra Sidler Guzman, Covington Independent Public Schools

Stefanie Stubblefield, Dorothy Howell Elementary School

Julie Witten, Breakthrough Cincinnati

ENTREPRENEURIAL

Austin Dunbar, Durham Brand & Co.

Adam Koehler, Reversed Out LLC

Charlie Vance, Erigo Employer Solutions

GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Elishia Chamberlain, City of Ludow, KY

Louis Hill, Planning and Development Services of Kenton County

Shane Noem, US Senator Mitch McConnell

MEDICAL/HEALTHCARE SERVICES/TECHNOLOGY

Bill Schult, IKOR

Beth Mockbee, St. Elizabeth Healthcare

Ben Baker, Immedion

Ashlee Foltz, Cintas

Additionally, the Northern Kentucky Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation will present the 2017 Emerging Philanthropist Award to Clare Blankemeyer of The Mayerson Foundation and Impact 100. This award recognizes a young philanthropic leader who demonstrates a passionate desire to give back and make Greater Cincinnati a more vibrant, prosperous region where everyone can thrive – and inspires others to do the same.

Award winners will be announced at the award ceremony on July 13 at The Madison Event Center in Covington.  





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