Announcing Eastmark Leadership Class 2

February 2016 | Related Categories: Resident News & Events | What's New


The Community Life Team and alumni of Eastmark Leadership Class 1 welcomed 20 residents to Class 2 on Feb. 18.

Eastmark Leadership is an initiative launched in 2015  to provide residents a valuable opportunity to engage with one another and their community in an enriching way. The goal of the 10-month program is to establish a strong foundation and tradition for resident leadership now and into the future.

Residents who particpate in the program more fully experience the community life elements of Eastmark and explore their own values as a person and as a leader. But the most important benefit of participating are the impactful friendships that form among neighbors.

The core program focuses on personal leadership development; gaining a deeper understanding of the Eastmark vision and community plan; learning about economic development strategies in the East Valley; and exploring other current issues that impact Eastmark, the region, and the state. Additional special activities offer opportunities to experience points of pride in our community and be introduced to leaders in a variety of public, non-profit, education, and business arenas.

The Eastmark Leadership experience culminates in a class project that is organized and executed by the program participants. The Class 1 project is the installation of a flag pole and honors plaza in Anitole Square, one of Eastmark’s neighborhood parks. The community is invited to support the project by purchasing a commorative brick paver to be displayed in the park.

The members of class 2 are:
Bethsy Amador, Kinetic Point
Ben Baldwin, Radiant Grove
Whitney Clayton, Kinetic Point
Laurie Burleson, Figueroa Green
Linda Drake, Radiant Grove
Danielle Fattah, Cambium Court
Ben Irwin, Lincoln Square
Patrick Kee, Figueroa Green
Susan Landes, Lumiere Garden
Matthew Law, Radiant Grove
Allison McDowell, Kinetic Point
Tiffany McKelvey, Hawk Park
Patricia Moore, Kinetic Point
Carl Ong, Hawk Park
Mike Schantel, Lumiere Garden
Lu Ann Schmidt, Radiant Grove
Steve Ventre, Selenium Park
Maria Weaver, Selenium Park
Justin Winters, Easton Green
Adam Wollman, Lumiere Garden

For more information about Eastmark Leadership, please contact Community Engagement Manager Kimberly Crowther Miller at 480-625-4903 or kcmiller@eastmark.com.


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