Members of Leadership Saint Leo’s Class of 2018 recently graduated from the program, which is designed to develop and train leaders. The program began at Saint Leo University in 2005 to expand leadership capacity, build culture, and create a common leadership lexicon across the university, including its education centers and online offices.
Saint Leo’s program is conducted by CODA Partners Inc., a professional services firm based in Gulfport and Dade City. Its principal partners are Jim Sartain and Kathy Davanzo, who have collaborated to design and provide leadership development programs for more than 25 years.
The Leadership Saint Leo Class of 2018 includes: Charlene Cofield, associate director, Chesapeake (VA) Education Center; Elainne Feeney, director of Student Financial Aid; Jennifer Martell, assistant controller; Moneque Walker-Pickett, associate professor of criminal justice; Amanda Ross, payroll manager; Jessica Markham, director, Lake City (FL) Education Center; Colleen McIlroy, lead learning designer; Dawn Boltin, assistant athletic director; Kristen Nash, assistant director of Residence Life; Melinda Carver, interim director of program approval, College of Education and Social Services; Rafael Rosado-Ortiz, chair/assistant professor of health care management; Sharon Scruggs, human resources manager; Nancy (Laura) Cheek, Saint Leo WorldWide Career Services advisor; Lan Pham, associate director, Gwinnett (GA) Education Center; and Cyrus Brown, executive director of University Public Safety.
Photo by Renee Gerstein, Saint Leo University
Front row: Elainne Feeney; Jennifer Martell; Moneque Walker-Pickett; Sharon Scruggs; Raphael Rosado-Ortiz; Jeffrey D. Senese, university president; Amanda Ross; Dawn Boltin; and Kristen Nash
Back row: Cyrus Brown; Colleen McIlroy; Jessica Markham; Charlene Cofield; Melinda Carver; Lan Pham; and Nancy (Laura) Cheek