Leadership Webster

Leadership Webster

We are excited to welcome the following to the Leadership Webster Class of 2022-23:
April Aguilar – City of Minden
Kim Sentell – Webster Parish Library
Dr. Phuoc Bui – Louisiana Foot & Ankle
Jared McIver – Minden Police Department
James Tims – Webster Parish Schools
Teresa Rogers – Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office
Will Gerding – City of Minden
Angela Finley – Citizens National Bank
Dr. Danielle Thomas – Main Street Medical
Samantha Kramer – Home Federal Bank
Jessica Marks – b1BANK
Rachael McIntyre – Durrett Law & Title
Jordan Colvin – b1BANK
Robyn Guthrie – Minden City Court
Jonathan Guthrie – Johnson & Johnson Law Firm
Tina Douglas – Ward 1 Marshall’s Office
Matthew Morgan – Gibsland Bank & Trust
LaTonya Phenix – Greater Minden Chamber
Debbie Washington – Northwest LA Technical Community College
Not pictured: Elizabeth Campbell – Dixie Overland Construction



The Program commences in September and ends with a graduation luncheon in May. The Program begins with an orientation reception. Participants meet once each month and travel as a group to various locations throughout the community. Participants will also be required to attend meetings of various community groups including but not limited to the Minden City Council, the Webster Parish School Board, and the Webster Parish Police Jury. Sessions are usually the 2nd Wednesday of each month. The April session is a mandatory, overnight, two-day visit to the Legislature. The Program curriculum includes:

  • Orientation/Community History
  • Simulated Society (SIMSOC}
  • Education
  • Economic Development
  • Healthcare & Social Concerns
  • Nonprofit & Civic Organizations
  • Local Government & Community Development
  • Legislative Affairs

All sessions begin at 8 a.m. and end at 5 p.m.



The Leadership Webster Program consists of nine sessions scheduled in advance, beginning in September. Attendance at all sessions is expected. Participation at the orientation is mandatory as are attendance at the community groups’ meetings with no more than two absences in the remaining sessions. The mandatory two-day session in Baton Rouge is scheduled to coincide with the Louisiana Legislative Session. Participants not adhering to the attendance requirements will be automatically dropped from the program with no portion of the tuition refunded.