North County Celebrates Its '30 in their Thirties'

North County Inc. honors selected 30 leaders on Friday.

On Friday, North County Incorporated Regional Development Association (NCI) will honor its “30 Leaders in their Thirties” at the Norwood Hills Country Club.

Each year, NCI salutes 30 people in the North St. Louis County community who work and volunteer to enhance the area.

These employees are creating a more livable community, said Rebecca Zoll, president and CEO of NCI.

This year’s 30 Leaders in their Thirties include:

  • Teisha Ashford, Pattonville School District
  • Michael Bober, Eagle Springs Golf Course
  • Kristin Bork, Lutheran High School North
  • Melissa Burton, City of Overland
  • Alan K. Byrd, University of Missouri, St. Louis
  • Mark Byrne, City of Ferguson City Council
  • Nichole Conley-Harrison, Queenz of Fitness II
  • Rhonda Ely, Ed.D.,
  • Sheilah Fitzgerald, Hazelwood School District
  • Matt Goldenberg,
  • Ashley Gregory, Ritenour School District
  • Kelly Grigsby, Special School District
  • Harold Hendricks, St. Louis Airport Marriott
  • Dobbie R. Herrion, St. Louis Community College–Florissant Valley
  • Chris Jaco, Incarnate Word Academy
  • Patty Kallal, Christian Hospital
  • Cara Koen, Federation of Catholic Schools in the Northeast Deanery
  • Mike LaChance, Ritenour School District
  • David C. Malone, Retirement Solutions, LLC
  • Bill Mitchell, Hazelwood School District
  • Tika Nazareth,
  • Jamie Newell, SSM Health Care System–St. Louis
  • Octavia Pittman, City of Berkeley
  • Loraine E. Raziq, Hazelwood School District
  • Anthony Scotti, Scotti’s Deli and Catering
  • Ebony Smith, University of Missouri, St. Louis
  • Tiffany Smith, Delmar Gardens North
  • Jenny Thomasson,
  • Kristy Tucciarone, University of Missouri, St. Louis
  • Mark Weller,

Find further coverage of the event on Florissant Patch on Friday.


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