Stratacomm is proud to announce the acceptance of two senior women in the firm to prestigious local leadership programs. Kristin Calandro Tyll, senior vice president and partner, and Karyn Good Le Blanc, senior vice president leading the firm’s infrastructure and development practice, join the 2019 Classes of Leadership Detroit and Leadership Montgomery, respectively.
“We are excited for Kristin and Karyn to embark on these highly selective leadership development opportunities during the next year. Their selection for these programs is a testament to their achievements thus far and further potential — and to their commitments to give back locally,” said Bill Buff, Stratacomm’s co-managing partner. “While Stratacomm focuses on superior client service, we are equally committed to serving our employees and the communities where we live and work. Kristin and Karyn are great brand ambassadors for Stratacomm and we are thrilled for the honor each received in joining these prestigious leadership programs.”
Both Leadership programs begin in September 2018 and run through May 2019.
About Leadership Detroit
Leadership Detroit provides opportunities for participants to foster and spark problem-solving discussions, while providing new views on key issues to lead the region to success. As it has since 1979, Leadership Detroit continues its role in addressing, discussing and leading conversations important to the Detroit region.
Leadership Detroit is a 10-month transformational leadership program designed to challenge emerging and existing leaders from Southeast Michigan to bring about positive change.
The 2019 class features 69 executives from across seven Southeast Michigan counties representing a cross-section of the community, including business, organized labor, government, education, media, civic groups, health services and community organizations.
About Leadership Montgomery
A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, Leadership Montgomery’s mission is to educate, inspire, convene, and connect current and emerging leaders to advance Montgomery County. Through a series of monthly, interactive sessions, participants have a unique opportunity to increase their understanding of the complex social and economic issues facing Montgomery County and the region.
Leadership Montgomery has more than 2,200 graduates from its Core, Senior, Emerging Leaders, and MoCo Insider programs. Leadership Montgomery graduates play an active role in the community, serving on numerous State, County and nonprofit boards and committees. The 2019 class includes 130 Montgomery County leaders from the public, private and nonprofit sectors.