Leadership Polk Alumni
Leadership Polk Alumni is committed to connecting and engaging alumni for the advancement of Polk County through learning opportunities, potential service projects and social events.
Alumni members are encouraged to uphold the purpose of Polk Vision and through their actions have a positive impact on the economic health, leadership and quality of life in the community.
We truly believe…
• that the Leadership Polk experience should be the beginning of a journey of intensified awareness, interest, concern, and pride of our communities;
• that membership in the Alumni Association will continue to assist you in advancing your goals and objectives as an investment for professional, civic, and personal development; and
• that through relationships with colleagues who share similar involvement, commitment, and passion, Alumni will discover avenues for Polk County to become an even greater place to live, learn, work, and play.
To foster Leadership and Service that advances the continuing success of Polk Vision for the betterment of the Polk County community.
First Annual Leadership Polk Alumni Class Day
Polk Leadership Alumni Team
Lori Martini - Chair, GiveWell Community Foundation, Class VI
John Bohde - Chair Elect, Polk County BoCC, Class VI
Pam Craven - Immediate Past Chair, Learning Resource Center, Class II
Ed Lunz - The Lunz Group, Treasurer, Class IV
Deena Ware - Town of Dundee, Secretary, Class IV
Alison Beamon - Cemex, Program and Events Chair, Class VII
Alan Rayl - Hamilton Engineering, Membership Chair, Class IV
Stacy Butterfield - Polk County Clerk of Courts,
MJ Carnevale - City of Winter Haven,
Sarah Case - Gadd Case & Associates,
Stephanie Colon- Citizens Bank and Trust, At Large, Class VIII
Shawn Sherrouse - City of Lakeland, At Large, Class IV
Kim Long – Polk Vision, Executive Director, Class I