Partnership Lake Houston Starts Tenth Year of Leadership Development Program

Partnership Lake Houston Starts Tenth Year of Leadership Development Program

HUMBLE, TX — Partnership Lake Houston’s Leadership Lake Houston program is back in action, kicking off Class 10 with a leadership retreat in Navasota, Texas this past weekend.
The program is designed to develop the future leaders of the Lake Houston Area business community and enhance the skills and community awareness of existing leaders by exposing participants to the challenges and opportunities in various segments of the Lake Houston Area. The class will participate in monthly day sessions which will focus on a different facet of our community. Day sessions cover the topics of healthcare, government, public safety, social services and more. Graduates of the program have moved forward to serve on community boards and elected positions.
Partnership Lake Houston is proud to announce the participants of Class 10, set to graduate in 2022. The 2021-2022 class includes:

  • Danitra Hayes, CHI St. Luke's Health- The Vintage Hospital

  • Melanie Kozarsky, Chick-fil-A Fall Creek

  • David James Langenberg, City of Humble

  • Marques A. Holmes, Crown Castle International Corporation

  • Tiffany Venekamp, Family Promise of Lake Houston

  • Mary Cureau, First Financial Bank

  • Natalie R Turman, Frost Bank

  • Josh Morrison, Goddard Lake Houston

  • Adrian T. Moreno, HCA Healthcare

  • Marilyn Mann, Humble Independent School District

  • Yvonne Harris, Humble ISD

  • Nikita Sims, Judge Laryssa Korduba Harris CO. Justice of the Peace, PCT.4

  • Andrew Sommella, Lake Houston Family YMCA

  • Scott R. Hively, Law Firm of Jeffrey W. Burnett (PLLC)

  • Lucas Duffy, Manhattan Construction Company

  • Jeff Bennett, McAlpine Interests

  • Gonzalo Echeverria Halley-Harris, McCord Development, Inc

  • Donna Renee Gentry Beecroft, Memorial Hermann Northeast

  • Brianna Nichols, Pretty Little Things Boutique

  • Candace Allison Terrazas, Stander & Company

  • Michael Sullivan, Sullivan's Truck & Auto

  • William Bond, Temperature Pro Kingwood-Atascocita

  • Jamie A. Lee, Third Coast Bank

For more information about the leadership program or to get involved, visit




Partnership Lake Houston is a 501c6 private, nonprofit chamber of commerce and economic development organization established in 1923. The Partnership works to help businesses and the economy grow in the northeast Harris County communities of Humble, Kingwood, Atascocita, and Summer Creek.