Members of The Woodlands Bar Association (WBA) are known for making a difference in the community. Four of those members are taking it a step further in preparing themselves to develop their leadership skills and learn more about Montgomery County:
Amy Harper, Assistant General Counsel for the Lone Star College System, a former Judicial Clerk of the 1st Court of Appeals and the 9th District Court, and graduate of Texas A&M University and South Texas College of Law. (www.lonestar.edu)
Stephen R. Ricks, of Starzyk & Associates, PC, a member of the Montgomery County and The Woodlands Bar Associations, as well as co-lead of The Woodlands Chamber of Commerce Employment Law Update Conference. (www.starzyklaw.com)
Courtney Bryan Sheaffer, of Stibbs & Co., PC, previously served as a Briefing Attorney & Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Michael Pitman and the Honorable Frances Pitman, 1st Judicial District Court of Louisiana, and is currently a member of the Woodlands Bar Association, and The Woodlands Business Association. (www.stibbsco.com)
Jennifer Wherry, owner of Jennifer Wherry, P.C., is a family law attorney with a primary focus in Collaborative Law and Mediation in Montgomery County. Jennifer also serves as a Director and Co-Vice President of Continuing Legal Education for the WBA. (www.jwherrylaw.com)
Leadership Montgomery County (LMC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating the future leaders of the county.
“There is no better training ground for leaders in Montgomery County,” said Angela Speight, WBA President, LMC Class of 2009 graduate and former LMC Board Member, “It is truly a unique and enriching experience – and one I’m thrilled our WBA members are seeking.”
During the 9-month program, LMC class members will participate in monthly education sessions focusing on areas such as education, healthcare, economic development and criminal justice. During these monthly sessions, they will also have the opportunity to enhance their leadership development through a series of presentations and discussions. Their leadership training will culminate in a class-selected project designed to give back to Montgomery County in a meaningful and sustainable manner. For more information on Leadership Montgomery County, please visit www.lmctx.org.