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Our spirited Leadership Stockton graduates are determined to positively impact the greater Stockton community by sharing innovative ideas and resources. Leadership Stockton Alumni are a diverse group of professionals identified by their leadership development and advancement of community initiative solutions.

The Leadership Stockton Alumni Association  provides a variety of networking opportunities by way of seasonal mixers, programs and events throughout the year. Membership dues, donations and revenue from fundraising events provide scholarships and support for the personal and professional development of the community leaders who are accepted into the program.

To our valued LS Alumni, please take advantage of the opportunity to join the LSAA board of directors, or our programs and events committees to collectively impact our community. By supporting the current class participants with their community impact projects and mentoring them, it improves who they are as leaders and enhances their LS experience.

The mission of the Leadership Stockton Alumni Association is to support the Leadership Stockton Program and cultivate relationships among the alumni.

4 weeks ago

Leadership Stockton Alumni Association

Congratulations to the Leadership Stockton Class of 2018 on an amazing year! We are so proud you will be joining the ranks of Alumni! And congratulations again to co-distinguished class members of the year Annie Cunial and Armando Valerio! And a BIG congratulations to Randy Burns, LS Class of 2015, on being named the Alumni of the Year!Congratulations to the Leadership Stockton Class of 2018 on an amazing year and the completion of their yearlong IMPACT (Improve, Mentor, Promote, Advance our Children & Teens) Project at the Children’s Museum of Stockton and the Teen Impact Center. We are proud of their hard work and dedication to making Stockton a better place to live. This project is a great example for the community to show what a group of people can get accomplished when they work together. The Class of 2018 was recognized for their great work Thursday, June 14th at the Leadership Stockton Class of 2018 Graduation Dinner at Heritage Dining and Heritage Dining & Provisions at the Waterloo Gun & Bocce Club. Thank you to Tim Ulmer, Ulmer Photo, for coming out and capturing these amazing moments! And congratulations to Annie Cunial and Armando Valerio for being named the co-distinguished class members of the year. And congratulations to Randy Burns, LS Class of 2015, on being named the Alumni of the Year!

IMPACT Project Summary:
With an emphasis on Youth in Stockton, the Leadership Stockton Class of 2018 took on two projects this year, renovation of the Gary and Janice Podesto Impact Teen Center and the Children’s Museum of Stockton. Both places needed renovation, and Leadership Stockton stepped up to the challenge!

Teen Center
The primary focus for the Teen Center was to restore a bowling alley that was no longer functioning by repairing the alley and installing new 40-inch TVs and enhancing the computer system. As the bowling alley is a primary source of funding for the Center, this was a critical need. In addition to restoring the bowling alley, Leadership Stockton 2018:

• Provided new flooring, mirrors, and paint for the dance room
• Provided new flooring, new paint, two new gaming consoles,
two 50-inch television sets, new stands and new cabinets for the game room
• Provided new flooring and renovation of the kitchen/snack bar area
• Upgraded the WiFi system and made it accessible throughout
• Established an ongoing “minternship” scholarship fund, including work shadowing and college tours
Children’s Museum
The primary focus at the Children’s Museum was to get the faded iconic toy soldiers looking like the day they were installed. At the Children’s Museum the class accomplished:
• Painted and restored the three iconic toy soldiers outside the Museum
• Purchased and installed 80 cubic yards of fresh bark for the playground
• Painted patio tables and spruced up the playground area
• Installed 2 new picnic tables near the playground
Leadership Stockton Class of 2018 Graduates:
Ricardo Aguilar, San Joaquin Delta College
Johanna Bakmas, University of the Pacific
Brandie Brunni, San Joaquin County Office of Education
Annie Cunial, San Joaquin County Office of Education
Melissa Flores, Collins Electrical Company, Inc.
Mark Hall, Value Products Inc.
Keiland Henderson, City of Stockton
Ki Ingersol, Kroloff, Belcher, Smart, Perry & Christopherson
Dot Lofstrom
Chad Marcigan, F&M Bank
Steven McCarty, San Joaquin Delta College
Sonia Muniz, San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office
Carrie Natividad, LDA Partners
Roy Park, San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office
Le Phan, San Joaquin Delta College
Tiffany Phovixay, Family Resource and Referral Center
Richard Rodriguez, San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office
Ezra Salas, ITT Technical Institute
Ezra Salomon, San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office
Mario Supnet, Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce
Armando Valerio, San Joaquin County Public Health Service
Zoila Vigil, San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office
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1 month ago

Leadership Stockton Alumni Association

Congratulations to the Leadership Stockton Class of 2018 on the completion of your yearlong project at the Teen Impact Center!Congratulations to the Leadership Stockton Class of 2018 on the completion of their Teen Impact Center portion of their yearlong IMPACT(Improve, Mentor, Promote, Advance our Children & Teens) Project! Thank you to all those that donated to the project and to everyone who came out and helped celebrate! The primary focus for the Teen Center was to restore a bowling alley that was no longer functioning by repairing the alley and installing new 40-inch TVs and enhancing the computer system. As the bowling alley is a primary source of funding for the Center, this was a critical need. In addition to restoring the bowling alley lane, Leadership Stockton 2018 also:
• Provided new flooring, mirrors, and paint for the dance room
• Provided new flooring, new paint, new gaming consoles, two 50-inch television sets, new stands and new cabinets for the game room
• Provided new flooring and renovation of the kitchen/snack bar area
• Upgraded the WiFi system and made it accessible throughout
• Established an ongoing “minternship” scholarship fund, including work shadowing and college tours
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1 month ago

Leadership Stockton Alumni Association

Congratulations to the Leadership Stockton Class of 2018 on the completion of the Children's Museum portion of your IMPACT(Improve, Mentor, Promote, Advance our Children & Teens) Project!Congratulations to the Leadership Stockton Class of 2018 on the completion of their Children's Museum portion of their IMPACT(Improve, Mentor, Promote, Advance our Children & Teens) Project! Thank you to all those that donated to the project and to everyone who came out and helped celebrate!

The Children's Museum Portion included:
• Painting and restoring the three iconic toy soldiers outside the Museum
• Refurbished the playground with 80 cubic yards of fresh bark
• Painted the patio tables, installed 2 new picnic tables and spruced up the playground area
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Come help the Leadership Stockton Class of 2018 celebrate the completion of their yearlong IMPACT Project with 2 Ribbon Cuttings!

Monday, June 11, 2018
5:15pm-7:00pm
Children’s Museum of Stockton
402 W Weber Ave
Stockton, CA 95203

Tuesday, June 12, 2018
5:15pm-7:00pm
Teen Impact Center
725 N El Dorado St
Stockton, CA 95202
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Get your Leadership Stockton Class of 2018 Graduation tickets now!

Come help us celebrate the Leadership Stockton Class of 2018 and our 2018 LSAA Distinguished Alumni of the Year Randy Burns!!

Follow the link to purchase tickets.
www.leadershipstockton.com/events/
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