Leadership 49 launched its second year in Wilsall over the weekend. A leadership development program for Park County citizens, Leadership 49 is focused on developing skills and increasing knowledge about challenges and opportunities throughout the county. The program prepares leaders and equips them with the skills, knowledge, and vision to become involved citizens.

Leadership 49 continues to be generously supported by Year I sponsors American Title, City of Livingston, ERA Landmark Western Land, First Interstate Bank, Guardian Title, Livingston Ace Hardware, NorthWestern Energy, Park County, Park County Community Foundation, and Printing For Less. We are pleased to welcome new sponsors Ace Roofing, Bank of the Rockies, Community Closet, Katabatic Brewing, Livingston Convention & Visitors Bureau, Livingston HealthCare, and Yellowstone Basin Inn.

Participants in program for Year II are:

Sara Arthun, Wilsall: Customer Advocate/Team Lead at Printing For Less

George Bornemann, Livingston: Land Surveyor at CTA Architects Engineers

Jenny Chambers, Livingston: Patient Registration at Livingston HealthCare

Stephanie Cunningham, Livingston: Financial Advisor at Edward Jones

Jessica Gerdes, Gardiner: Librarian at Yellowstone Association

Mitch Grady, Livingston: Director at Livingston-Park County Public Library

Jan McDonald, Livingston: Private/Traveling Nanny at Nanny Jan

Garett Meznarich, Livingston: Team Lead at Printing For Less

Angela Nelmark, Livingston: Executive Director at Aspen

Breanna Polacik, Livingston: Owner of The Dotted i

Donna Rowland, Cooke City: Executive Director at Colter Pass, Cooke City & Silver Gate Chamber of Commerce

Ryan Sas, Livingston: Workforce VISTA at MSU Park County Extension

Aja Shada, Livingston: Executive Director at Shift Empowerment Programs

Austin Truax, Wilsall: Foreman at Ace Roofing

Jessica Wilcox, Livingston: Food and Nutrition Services Manager at Livingston HealthCare

Lauren Zahn, Livingston: Commercial Lender at First Interstate Bank