FDLE graduates 22 from its Advanced Leadership Program

For Immediate Release
January 16, 2024
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s (FDLE) Bureau of Professional Development recently graduated 22 agency members from its Advanced Leadership Program.
The training is designed to identify and develop current members with the potential to fill leadership positions within the agency.
In this way, FDLE is preparing for the future and ensuring continuity and consistency in the leadership ranks.
Topics of the three-week training course included an overall introduction to leadership principles, emotional intelligence, presentation and communication skills, stress awareness and management, and trust-based leadership.
Graduates of Class 8 of the Advanced Leadership Program
  Julie Balke Office of Statewide Intelligence
  Megan Centeno Pensacola Regional Operations Center
  Nicholas Coutu Jacksonville Regional Operations Center
  Tamara Dizdarevic Tampa Bay Regional Operations Center
  Jeff Foggy Tallahassee Regional Operations Center
  Erica Gaines Criminal Justice Professionalism
  Mackenzie Harley Tallahassee Regional Operations Center
  Linda Infinger Office of Statewide Intelligence
  Mary Jackson Criminal Justice Information Services
  Madison Johnson Office of Statewide Investigative Services
  Richard Kaplan Tampa Bay Regional Operations Center
  Victoria Kipker Pensacola Regional Operations Center
  Lourdes Lara Orlando Regional Operations Center
  Greg Maimone Tampa Bay Regional Operations Center
  Erin Morris Jacksonville Regional Operations Center
  Emma Preziosa Business Support Program
  Elizabeth Pritchard Office of Statewide Intelligence
  Kevin Skelton Pensacola Regional Operations Center
  Amanda Taylor Criminal Justice Information Services
  Kesha White Pensacola Regional Operations Center
  Erica Wolaver Information Technology Services
For Further Information Contact:
FDLE Office of Public Information
(850) 410-7001

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