Commerce Lexington Chooses 4 from FCPS for Leadership Class
The Leadership Lexington class for 2022-23 includes four employees of Fayette County Public Schools:
Bilal El-Amin, Youth Services Center coordinator at Frederick Douglass High School;
Alicia Miller, a compliance officer in our district’s Legal Office;
Raine Minichan, associate director of Student Support Services; and
Kimberly Snodgrass, a social studies teacher at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School.
They join three dozen other individuals with varied backgrounds in a Commerce Lexington program that broadens people’s perspectives and provides a better understanding of community dynamics and public issues. The group led off with a mid-August orientation retreat in Berea. From September through June, they will meet monthly in different locations to cover such topics as media, government, education, public safety, economic development, arts, equines, diversity, health and human services, and leadership development.