FOCUS Leaders in the News – 9.11.2018

Becky RasmussenAlumni, News

Christopher Bell (Coro Fellows 2018) has a new position in Public Affairs & Engagement at FleishmanHillard.

Robert Blaine (Leadership St. Louis 2008) was elected to the Citizens for Modern Transit Board of Directors.

Zoë Brouns (Coro Fellows 2018) is now Field Organizer for the Nevada State Democratic Party.

Lakesha Butler (Emerging Leaders 2012, Diversity Leadership Fellowship 2014) was named President of the National Pharmaceutical Association.

J. Danielle Carr (Experience STL 2007) was installed as President of the Mound City Bar Association.

Colin Dale (Coro Fellows 2019) is now Recruitment Manager for Teach for America.

Shaughnessy Daniels (Coro Women In Leadership 2014) is now Community Engagement Manager at Great Rivers Greenway.

Natasha Dupee (Coro Fellows 2018) is now Compliance Associate for MBA Consulting Group.

Tim Eby (Experience St. Louis 2009) was elected to the NPR Board of Directors.

Will Krueger (Coro Fellows 2018) is now a Community Organizer for Yes on Prop B.

Paula Langley (Coro Fellows 2018) is now Program Manager – Social Policy Institute and Envolve Center for Health Behavior Change at Washington University.

The St. Louis Regional Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals is recognizing Martin Leifeld (Leadership St. Louis 2003) with the Outstanding Fundraising Executive Award and Sarah Willey (Impact Fellows 2019) with the Outstanding Young Professional Award.

Grace Mason (Coro Fellows 2018) is now Federal Customer Success Manager at Quorum.

Kaori Nagase (Coro Fellows 2018) is now Finance Assistant for Katie Porter for Congress.

Lydia Padilla (Leadership St. Louis 2008) was elected as Chair of the St. Louis Workforce Development Board.

Karlos Ramirez (Leadership St. Louis 2012) and his team at the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis were named as a 2018 Chamber of the Year by the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

Lakiea Sidney (Coro Women In Leadership 2014) is now President of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc. Metropolitan St. Louis Chapter.

Nora Wallace (Coro Fellows 2018) has started law school at the University of California-Berkeley.