Last year North County Inc. honored a diverse group of North County’s 30 Leaders in their Thirties. The Leaders in their Thirties leadership award recipients:

  • Montize Aaron, Pattonville School District
  • Elena Amirault, Hazelwood School District
  • Jeff Appel, Edward Jones
  • Joshua Baumann, Lutheran High School North
  • Wesley Bell, St. Louis Community College - Florissant Valley
  • Donny Carver, US Bank
  • Mike Crossno, Vantage Credit Union
  • Nyron Edwards, Hazelwood School District
  • Lindsay Gallahue, Commercial Bank
  • Andrew Harris, Hazelwood School District
  • Amy Hawkins, Christian Hospital
  • Keeley Hayes, SSM DePaul Health Center
  • Julie Hercules, Incarnate Word Academy
  • LaRenda Hutt, Riverview Gardens School District
  • Bonita Jamison, Jennings School District
  • Rodney Lewis, Ferguson-Florissant School District
  • Megan Martinez, Missouri Veterans Home
  • Justin Naber, Fred Weber Inc.
  • Jennifer Roper, Hazelwood School District
  • Melissa Russell, Garden Villas North
  • Krista Sherman, Special School District
  • Jason Shupp, Ferguson Roofing
  • Craig Szczuka, Falcon Service
  • Michael Vernon, Florissant Police Department
  • Elizabeth Wade, Pulaski Bank
  • Kari Welker, Countryside Townhomes, LLC
  • Sandy Wiley, Ritenour School District
  • Melanie Wiginton, T&L Tree Service, Inc.
  • Eric Winkles, Ferguson-Florissant School District
  • Cornell Young, Both Sides of the 50.

“We are proud of this impressive group of community, civic, and business leaders who as young adults are excelling in their professions and making a difference in North St. Louis County,” said Rebecca Zoll, president/CEO of North County Inc. “This campaign lets us show our appreciation for their contributions to our community.”

North County Incorporated is a regional development organization, which acts as a catalyst to define and advocate economic and community development for North St. Louis County. NCI was established in 1977. 

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