The 42-member class will meet once a month to learn about how the city of Richardson operates. File photo
The Richardson Chamber has selected 42 members for its 33rd Leadership Richardson class that will begin in September.
Participants selected are Kory Aoyama, Blue Cross and Blue Shield; Joseph Armstrong, Team North Texas; Kaili Baines, Texas Republic Bank; Dan Baker, City of Richardson; Rebecca Ballard, University of Texas at Dallas; Kelley Barringer, Ardent Solutions; Erika Batzler, Baylor University Medical Center; Cheree Bontrager, City of Richardson; Olia Bosovik, University of Texas at Dallas; Marcie Bunch, West Shore Family Dental; Cara Copley, City of Richardson; Doug Crosby, Crosby Orthodontics; Janet DePuy, Keller Williams Central; Kim Devlin-Allen, Texas Instruments; Eric Eager, BizNet Software; Sean Flynn, Revolution Developments; Marcia Grau, City House; Jeff Griffin, Siemans; David Harrel, Durkin Enterprises; Gary Hensler, Richland College; Matt Highsmith, State Farm; Diane Hilbert, Richland College; Bethany James, State Farm; Alicia Marshall, St. Barnabas Presbyterian Church; Juan Navarro, The Heights Baptist Church; Duc Nguyen, Methodist Richardson Medical Center; Tara Null, The Warren Center; Ellis Orozco, First Baptist Church Richardson; Michael Parmerlee, Golden Chick; Daniel Robb, Richardson Police Department; Kathy Rogers, Nothing Bundt Cakes; Jed Roseberry, Restoration Church; Chris Rust, IBM; Glenn Scott, Berlin Packaging; Cindy Shafer, Network of Community Ministries; Kate Swiney, Junior Achievement; Nithya Venkatraman, PepsiCo; Arthur Waterman, IConstruct; Suzanne Williamson, Raytheon; Mary Grace Windsor, Grace by Design; Michael Yeilding, Chase Oaks Church and Mark Zeigler, AT&T.
The 42-member class will meet once a month to learn about how the city of Richardson operates and to help build a network of civic minded individuals for the community.