Hamilton County Leadership Academy celebrates 25th anniversary

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From left, Nancy Heck, the city of Carmel’s Director of Community Relations and Economic Development, Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness, Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear, Westfield Mayor Andy Cook, and County Commissioner Christine Altman. (Submitted photo)

From left, Nancy Heck, the city of Carmel’s Director of Community Relations and Economic Development, Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness, Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear, Westfield Mayor Andy Cook, and County Commissioner Christine Altman. (Submitted photo)

The Hamilton County Leadership Academy celebrated its 25th anniversary June 9 with a luncheon at the Ritz Charles in Carmel. More than 240 HCLA alumni and friends attended the event, which featured a panel discussion moderated by Legacy Fund President Terry Anker.

Panelists – including Westfield Mayor Andy Cook, Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear, Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness, County Commissioner Christine Altman and Nancy Heck, the city of Carmel’s Director of Community Relations and Economic Development – shared personal leadership stories and their thoughts on leading fast-growing Hamilton County into the future.

Attendees also contributed more than $5,000 to support Hamilton County Leadership Academy activities.

Hamilton County Leadership Academy is a leadership program that identifies and prepares informed leaders for our community. Program participants are brought together by their commitment of time, energy and expertise and their desire to be involved in Hamilton County. The program is open to Hamilton County residents or those with business or civic activities within the community. Selection criteria are based on leadership capability, an interest in community affairs, an ability to commit to an intensive program and a desire for increased personal community service.

Applications for the HCLA class of 2017 are being accepted through June 30.

For more, visit www.HCLA.net, or contact Jill Doyle at jdoyle@HCLA.net or 317-606-0324.

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Hamilton County Leadership Academy celebrates 25th anniversary

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From left, Nancy Heck, the city of Carmel’s Director of Community Relations and Economic Development, Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness, Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear, Westfield Mayor Andy Cook, and County Commissioner Christine Altman. (Submitted photo)

From left, Nancy Heck, the city of Carmel’s Director of Community Relations and Economic Development, Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness, Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear, Westfield Mayor Andy Cook, and County Commissioner Christine Altman. (Submitted photo)

The Hamilton County Leadership Academy celebrated its 25th anniversary June 9 with a luncheon at the Ritz Charles in Carmel. More than 240 HCLA alumni and friends attended the event, which featured a panel discussion moderated by Legacy Fund President Terry Anker.

Panelists – including Westfield Mayor Andy Cook, Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear, Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness, County Commissioner Christine Altman and Nancy Heck, the city of Carmel’s Director of Community Relations and Economic Development – shared personal leadership stories and their thoughts on leading fast-growing Hamilton County into the future.

Attendees also contributed more than $5,000 to support Hamilton County Leadership Academy activities.

Hamilton County Leadership Academy is a leadership program that identifies and prepares informed leaders for our community. Program participants are brought together by their commitment of time, energy and expertise and their desire to be involved in Hamilton County. The program is open to Hamilton County residents or those with business or civic activities within the community. Selection criteria are based on leadership capability, an interest in community affairs, an ability to commit to an intensive program and a desire for increased personal community service.

Applications for the HCLA class of 2017 are being accepted through June 30.

For more, visit www.HCLA.net, or contact Jill Doyle at jdoyle@HCLA.net or 317-606-0324.

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