Fort Cobb, OK – April 29, 2013 – Eighteen members of the WVLP Class XIX recently held their last session and graduation. WVLP is a year-long leadership program designed to identify, develop, and motivate future leaders in the district.
Class topics range from government to agriculture to economic development. Participants gain more knowledge and understanding about the district in which they live and network with other leaders in the area.
Applications for class XX are now being accepted at www.caddokiowa.com/wvlp. Sessions are held between September and April, and topics include leadership, economic and community development, agriculture, education, health, government, team building and business communications.
Additional information about CKTC is available online at www.caddokiowa.com or by calling 405.643.5511.
Back Row are Cindy Murphy, Program Coordinator; Shirley Gathers, Lookeba-Sickles Schools; Shelly McAdoo, Caddo Kiowa Tech Center; Julie Tackett, Western Farmers Electric Cooperative; Karen Coffey, SS Farms; Ash Karnik, Carnegie Tri-County Municipal Hospital; Terri Alexander, OSU Extension; Sue Hobbs, Caddo County Election Board; and Wayne Coffee, Caddo Kiowa Tech Center.
Front Row are Edward Whitworth, Caddo County Assessor; Mark Taylor, Caddo Kiowa Tech Center; Clark Southard, Washita Valley Regional Economic Development; Vic Woods, Caddo Kiowa Tech Center; and Jesse Rogers, Public Service of Oklahoma.
Those graduates not pictured are Kendra Kimble, K2 Vet Services; Amy Hollowell, The Style Shack; Kendall McDaniel, Anadarko Bank & Trust; Andy Evans, Mountain View-Gotebo Schools; and Kimberly Spady, Attorney at Law.
Posted on Mon, April 29, 2013
by Susan McElhaney