Enid News & Eagle
Trojan to participate in leadership academy
Enid attorney Christopher Trojan is among 25 future leaders of Oklahoma’s legal community that will receive training in leadership, motivation and communication as members of the Oklahoma Bar Association Leadership Academy class of 2014.
The academy participants have been selected from a pool of applicants spanning the state.
“The Oklahoma Bar Association’s Leadership Academy is about preparing those who want to serve our profession, our bar and our state. The academy is the perfect forum to recognize and celebrate lawyers who volunteer, serve and give of themselves,” said OBA President Jim Stuart, of Shawnee.
Originating from the OBA’s Leadership Conference in 2007, the academy is aimed at developing the future leaders of the OBA by giving Oklahoma attorneys training in the core principles of effective leadership and how to communicate, motivate and succeed in their legal careers and also as community leaders. The 2013-14 group will be the fourth class to graduate from the academy.
The OBA Leadership Academy will include five sessions, the first of which is set for mid-September, and the academy will conclude with its fifth and final session in April 2014. Sessions will be led by experienced leaders from various backgrounds including military officers, former OBA presidents, leadership experts and high profile public officials.
Weber named top associate at Northcutt in Enid
Damon Weber has been named Associate of the Month for July at Northcutt Chevrolet Buick Toyota.
Damon has been with the GM Service Department for seven years.
Copiers Plus hires 2
Copiers Plus recently hired two new staff members in Enid.
Traci Steele has been named account manager on the sales team, while Michelle Stavig will be office administrator.
Copiers Plus is located at 116 N. Independence. For more information, call (580) 234-6363.