DAYTON, Ohio (August 19, 2019) – The Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce has named the 2020 Leadership Dayton Class. Class members of Leadership Dayton are chosen from a cross-section of the community and represent the diversity of the region’s business and nonprofit leaders. The program focuses on leadership, education, economic development, diversity, justice, the arts, government, health, and human services.
Leadership Dayton is one of the oldest community leadership a community leadership program that has existed in the Dayton region since 1976. With more than 1,500 alumni, the mission of the program is to identify, educate, and motivate a network of community leaders, to increase the individual’s capacity to serve the Dayton region, and to advocate continual engagement in support of the Dayton region.
Members of the Leadership Dayton Class of 2020 are:
|Dermatologists of Southwest Ohio (DSWO)
|Dayton Power & Light
|Porter Wright Morris & Arthur
|Taft Stettinius & Hollister
|LIZard Apparel & Promotions, LLC
|Dayton Business Journal
|Wright State University
|Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Cincinnati Branch
|Clothes That Work
|Brixey & Meyer, Inc.
|The Dayton Foundation
|Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association
|University of Dayton
|JJR Solutions, LLC
|Kettering Health Network
|Front Street Building Co. LLC
|Junior League of Dayton
|Dayton Public Schools
|Montgomery County JFS
|Coolidge Wall Co., L.P.A.
|Flagel Huber Flagel
|Coldwell Banker Heritage Realtors – Kunal Patel Group
|American Red Cross, Dayton Area Chapter
|Girls on the Run of Dayton
|Crayons to Classrooms
|Fifth Third Bank
|Samantha Sommer Morris
|Dayton Daily News/Cox Media Group
|Dayton Children’s Hospital
|Dayton Society of Natural History
|Lee Lauren Truesdale
|The Foodbank, Inc.
|Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley
|City of Centerville
|The Dayton Art Institute
|Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County
|Wright Patterson AFB
|Miami Valley Financial Partners
About Leadership Dayton
Leadership Dayton is a program of the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce, established in 1976. The mission of the program is to identify, educate and motivate a network of community leaders, to increase the individual’s capacity to serve the Dayton region, and to advocate continual engagement in support of the Dayton region. The program is being chaired by Doug Anspach, Taft/.