PRESS RELEASE: MCEDA & MCBL&F Announce 2023 Madison County Executive Leadership Class

The Madison County Business League & Foundation (MCBL&F) and the Madison County Economic Development Authority (MCEDA) are proud to announce the 2023 Madison County Executive Leadership Class (MCEL).  The leadership program was organized to provide MCBL& F members with a deeper understanding of the opportunities in Madison County in an environment that enhances their leadership skills and prepares graduates to take their knowledge and their experience into the business community for the betterment of Madison County as a whole.

Members of the MCEL Class will be a part of a prestigious network of business leaders that will play a role in shaping the future of Madison County. Class members will meet with influential business leaders and elected officials to learn the impact of infrastructure, education, law enforcement, healthcare, public policy, and quality of life on the county’s economy; therefore, gaining valuable knowledge and experience. Class participants are MCBL&F members and were selected by a diverse group of judges.

Front row (l-r): Trae Sims, Attorney, Taggart, Rimes & Wiggins, PLLC; Martin Palomo, CEO & CIO Pinnacle Wealth; Katie Schipper, Director of Pharmacy St. Dominic Jackson Memorial Hospital; Coby Parker, Hederman Brothers Controller; Ben Lane, Sr. Account Manager C Spire; Ryan Florreich, Principal JBHM.

Top row (l-r):  Jon-Michael Trimm, VP/Commercial Relationship Manager, Trustmark; Amy Cummins, ED Director, City of Madison; Richard Chisolm, Civil Engineer & Office Manager, Michael Baker International; Daniel Forde, Rate Analyst, Atmos Energy; Thomas Adams, Jr., Principal, Madison County Schools; Clate Holleman, Director of Financial Aid, Holmes Community College; Jason Arnold, Sr. Manager, Nissan North America-Canton; Will Robbins, VP, Renasant Bank.