The Leadership Center for Excellence has announced its Class of 2023 in the Ignite Young Professionals group, a year-long program for rising civic, business, government and non-profit leaders.
Programming will take place from October to May.
Members of the new class are Hawaya Abby, Arlington County Government, Department of Technology Services; Luis Alvarado, Edu-Futuro; Bridget Alzheimer, Arlington Law Group; Krista Anderson, Gartner; Samuel Banks, Bean Kinney & Korman; Casey Cappelletti, Academy for Radiology & Biomedical Imaging Research; Ruthman Collington, Arlington County Fire Department; Tiffany Dawson, GDIT; Suzanne Dolan, Cvent; Jared Dubin, Accenture; Ashley Gomez, Culpepper Garden; Megan Hansen, New Hope Housing; Robin Harry, Arlington County Government, Department of Human Services; Leanne Hoover, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield; Jennifer Lincoln, Chain Bridge Bank, N.A. Emily Lynch, The Craddock Group; Maya Miller, Bridges to Independence; Jewellyn Nadtochiy, Accenture Federal Services.
Also, Yehoshua Chaim Orozco, Arlington Public Library; Justin Parks, Dominion Energy; Thomas Philibin, Ballston BID; Zoraya Quintanilla, AHC Inc.; Colleen Rasa, National Landing BID; Seila Santiago, AHC Inc.; Eric Sargeant, International Association for Dental Research; David Sisson, The Craddock Group; Henry Spencer, Arlington County Fire Department; Matthew Strote, Signature Theatre; Katelyn Thomas, Arlington County Government, County Manager’s Office; Alejandra Underwood, Columbia Pike Partnership; Jose Villalta, Lidl US; Tressa Vitus, Arlington County Government, Department of Real Estate; Assessments; Alexandra Wahl, Washington Workplace; and Christopher Wildy, AHC Inc.