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Leadership Beaufort announces Class of 2020

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Leadership Beaufort has announced 32 confirmed participants for its Class of 2020. 

Established in 1985, Leadership Beaufort builds community trustee leadership through an in-depth view of cultural, economic, historic, social, educational, environmental and government resources, according to the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce website.

Leadership Beaufort connects participants with prominent civic, business and government leaders.

According to the website, applications are taken during April and May of each year and are due to the Chamber office the Friday before Memorial Day. After an interview process, participants of the class are typically announced by the first week in July.

The Leadership Beaufort Class of 2020 includes: Jimmy Banton, USMC, MCAS Beaufort; Robert Blok, Retired; James Brown, U.S. Naval Hospital; N’Kia Campbell, Beaufort County Schools; Allison Canning, Technical College of the Lowcountry; Cheryl D’Angelo, Ballenger Realty; Michael Carbiener, Secession Golf Club; Kim Farlow, Farlow Communications; Josh Fisher, USMC, MCAS Beaufort; Shawn Flood, Beaufort Jasper Water & Sewer Authority; Anna Graham, Creative Interiors Carpet One; Becky Hall, Hargray Communications; Rich Holihan, Holihan Associates; Clint Holmes, City of Beaufort Fire Dept.; Evans Janvier, USMC, Retired; Jake Jones, Securitas Critical Infrastructure Services; Annette Jussame, Norsk Titanium; Chanel Lewis, Beaufort County; Jess Longo, Individual; Lynn McGee, USC Beaufort; Matt St. Clair, City of Beaufort; Connie Schroyer, Beaufort County Human Services Dept.; Daniella Squicquero, The Beaufort Life; Richard Stoner, Problem Solvers; Morgan Stuard, Marine Corps Community Services; Allyson Thornton, Companion Foundation; Lisa Traver, Marine Corps Community Services; Urbie West, The Greenery; DeLauren White, Boys & Girls Club; Kathy Whitehead, Retired; Denny Wiener, Retired; Matthew Woelke, Beaufort County Parks & Recreation.

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