For 27 years, Leadership Alexandria has trained existing or emerging leaders. This nine-month program provides an opportunity for participants to develop leadership skills and learn more about the community that they are living and/or working in. The Chamber of Commerce is committed to building a stronger community, one leader at a time.
Application registration for the 2019-2020 Leadership Alexandria class is closed.
Leadership Alexandria is sponsored by:
2019 Graduating Class
(back, left to right) Nate Hitch, State Farm Insurance; Bryan Asche, Asche Engineering; John Severson, Thrivent Financial; Sara Gronholz, Habitat for Humanity of Douglas County; Steven Johansen, Douglas County Public Works; Lisa De Krey, Glenwood State Bank; Celeste Gardner, Alomere Health; Mary Yaw, Titus II, Inc.; Lisa Juettner, Geneva Capital, LLC; (middle) Greg Steele, Viking Bank; Reggie Habberstad, ITW Heartland; Becca Miller, Alomere Health; Amy Allen, Alexandria Technical & Community College Foundation; Dawn Thorstad, Neighborhood National Bank; Melissa Deuth, 3M Abrasive Systems Division Plant; Kelly Wencl, Lakes Area Recreation; Jill Partington, Widseth Smith Nolting; Daylon Faber, Farmers Union Insurance Agency - Faber Insurance; (front) Jason Breitzman, Hilltop Lumber; Mitch Rasmusen, Alexandria Industries; Keith Melrose, Alexandria Police Department; Brian Walli, Pro Mach/Brenton; Sheyenne Ritter, Alexandria Industries; Steve Vrchota, Pope Douglas Solid Waste Management; Andrea Dwyer, Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce