Cortez, Colo. January 15, 2019 — 19 applicants were selected to partake in the 14th Class of the Colorado Agricultural Leadership Program. Applicants were required to fill out a written application and pass an oral interview to be accepted into the program…
Alisha Knapp, Rocky Ford, Colo.
Cade Kunugi, Blanca, Colo.
Clancy Anderson, Johnstown, Colo.
Colton Hankins, Eaton, Colo.
David Bower, Broomfield, Colo.
Dusty Johnson, Fort Morgan, Colo.
Harrison Topp, Hotchkiss, Colo.
Jacob Langlie, Eaton, Colo.
Jason Crouch, LaJunta, Colo.
Joe Rasnic, Loveland, Colo.
Julia Herman, Windsor, Colo.
Lisa Riseman, Roggen, Colo.
Mackenzie Stoaks, LaSalle, Colo.
Melissa Bischoff, Denver, Colo.
Raechel Nelson, Livermore, Colo.
Sharon Kauffman, Fort Morgan, Colo.
Shelby Teague, Fort Morgan, Colo.
Vicki Lee, Fort Collins, Colo.
Virginia Till, Denver, Colo.
CALP is a competitive two year leadership program that develops and enhances the leadership capabilities of diverse men and women committed to the future of Colorado’s agricultural and rural communities. Fellow attend 10 seminars with 41 days of intense training. They will hear over 135 speakers, work with current leaders in agriculture, attend on-site industry leaders visits, receptions and discussions, produce the Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture and enjoy a network of over 300 alumni. CALP travels around the State, to Washington D.C., to another State and Internationally to study agriculture issues, political processes, development of leadership skills, team building, fundraising and communications.