Building Leaders. Growing Community.
Leadership Louisa fosters leadership potential in the local community to ensure positive growth and development of the Louisa County Region.
Leadership Louisa encourages participants to develop the skills and access resources needed to provide the leadership to address community needs.
Leadership Louisa enhances understanding of the complex issues facing the Louisa community through:
- Educational programs designed to broaden knowledge of the area, and increase awareness of community processes, programs and problems.
- Exposure to local government, economic, social and political organizations, as well as the local education system, businesses and non-profit organizations.
- Introductions to community leaders and local decision makers.
Class of 2023
Kyle Barmoy, Mid Atlantic Watersports*
Michael Bickel, Bluegreen Vacations
Candice Black, Bluegreen Vacations*
Quiana Bolling, Rappahannock Electric Cooperative
Breanna Burkhead, Louisa Police Department
Jennifer Christian, Louisa Arts Center
Nicole Copeland, Louisa Arts Center
Philip Gould, Blue Ridge Bank*
Clifton Gregory, MassMutual
Eric Groome, Dominion Energy
Doug MacDonald, Mid Atlantic Dock Builders
Jon Nafziger, Child Health Partnership
Corey Noel, Chiles Enterprise*
Rodney Redd, Louisa County Public Schools
April Thompson, Shenandoah Crossing Resort
Emma Wood, Lake Anna Tractor & Hardware
January 19 Values Based Leadership 101
February 16 Receiving and Giving Feedback
March 23 Communication & Values Based Conversations
April 20 Leadership and Influence
May 11 Leading through Change
June 8 CLOSING SESSION/GRADUATION
ATTENDANCE: Participants are expected to attend consistently and participate fully in all Leadership Louisa sessions. For the 2023 program there will be a total of 6 sessions January through June, with a graduation being included as part of the final session. Additional time will also be required for participation in a group project.
Taking into account that unanticipated emergency situations do arise, participants will be allowed, but not encouraged, to be absent from no more than one (1) scheduled class sessions. Participants must attend at least five (5) of the six (6) sessions in order to receive a Certificate of Graduation. If you are unable to make the necessary time commitment, it is not in your best interest to apply at this time.
Because of the required time commitment, the support of the participant’s employer is essential.
2023 Leadership Louisa Committee
CLASS OF 2022
- Sarah Brooks, Dominion Energy - North Anna Power Station
- Rebecca Burtram, Hantzmon Wiebel LLP
- Cody Clarke, Rappahannock Electric Cooperative
- Jennifer Garrett, Chiles Enterprises, LLC
- Stephen Judy, Lake Anna Nursery
- Naomi Luehrmann, Grace Integral, LLC
- Daphne MacDougall, Shaw MacDougall Realtors at Joyner Fine Properties
- Liz Nelson, Town of Louisa
- Ophelia Payne, Louisa County Public Library
CLASS OF 2023
- Kyle Barmoy, Mid Atlantic Watersports
- Michael Bickel, Bluegreen Vacations
- Candice Black, Bluegreen Vacations
- Quiana Bolling, Rappahannock Electric Cooperative
- Breanna Burkhead, Louisa Police Department
- Jennifer Christian, Louisa Arts Center
- Nicole Copeland, Louisa Arts Center
- Philip Gould, Blue Ridge Bank
- Clifton Gregory, MassMutual
- Eric Groome, Dominion Energy
- Doug MacDonald, Mid Atlantic Dock Builders
- Jon Nafziger, Child Health Partnership
- Corey Noel, Chiles Enterprise
- Rodney Redd, Louisa County Public Schools
- April Thompson, Shenandoah Crossing Resort
- Emma Wood, Lake Anna Tractor & Hardware