Leadership Roseville

Become a Leader in Roseville

Sponsored by the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce, the Leadership Roseville program is designed to educate and develop effective community leaders who will help create a spirit of cooperation for the resolution of future community challenges. The Program is designed to meet these challenges by providing a vehicle to:


  • Educate future leaders about the diversity of organizations that make up our community.
  • Encourage informed individuals to serve the community in leadership roles of their choice.
  • Enhance community leadership and management skills


Through a coalition of community participants we hope to identify and stimulate future leaders through a structured program, and provide a broad-based overview of how business and government affect our community.


Candidacy for Leadership Roseville is open to individuals who seek to contribute their skills, knowledge and expertise to benefit Roseville and Placer County on a yearly basis. Class size is limited. Enrollment in the program is not transferable.




Amy Crown,
Brandman University

“Leadership Roseville has been a powerful resource to me both professionally as well as personally. Learning from the leaders in this community has brought value and excitement for living and working in this city. Retaining and utilizing the information that was shared from the variety of organizations has been beneficial to my role with Brandman University. I have been able to implement a new leadership style which has increased productivity and a positive outlook for becoming more involved with this community. I am thankful that my two supervisors, who are also Leadership Roseville Grads, encouraged me to apply and start building relationships and roots in Roseville!”


John Haluck

Koeller, Nebeker, Carlson & Haluck, LLP

“KNCH Law (Koeller, Nebeker, Carlson & Haluck, LLP) has had six of its associate attorneys graduate from Leadership Roseville in the last six years and KNCH Law supports Leadership Roseville because we find that success in business is directly related to one’s knowledge of business and government, and how the two work hand-in-hand.  Business success is also built on relationships and the relationships started in the Leadership program often blossom into long-term relationships that help in business.  I graduated from Leadership Sacramento in the early 1990s and I have found Leadership Roseville to be better because of the strong business leadership presentations, support of the Chamber of Commerce for local business, and the Chamber’s strong relationship with the Roseville city and Placer County governments.  I recommend Leadership Roseville for any entrepreneur interested in improving his or her leadership skills.”


Geoff Sakala,

“I really enjoyed Leadership Roseville, it’s the best program in the region.”


Carlos A. Yniguez,
John Adams Academy

“In my professional life, I have been blessed to work with many people doing many great things.  Despite this fortune, I was unprepared for just how deeply Leadership Roseville would affect me as a leader. Leadership Roseville has simply been one of the most transformational opportunities I have ever had. The insights gained on both a personal and external level were inspiring and invigorating. The ability to connect to the inner workings of city government and access to so many great people has been phenomenal! It has drawn me closer to the richness of the area and the people that make it great every day.  I simply cannot stress how much my employer and I have gained; businesses who invest in this program are truly investing in the community at large. Leadership Roseville far exceeds any expectation one could have for this program and it is truly a gem in the crown of this great city.”



Congratulations to our

Graduating Class of 2017!

Jessica Alonso,
Keaton Raphael
Peter Ashby,
Genovese Burford
& Brothers
Colleen Boak,
City of Roseville-
Municipal Utilities
Eric Brumfield,
Koeller, Nebeker,
Carlson & Haluck, LLP
Cody Carpino,
Williams + Paddon
Architects + Planners, Inc.
Chris Ciampa,
Roseville Police
Max Comerford,
Exchange Bank
Amy Crown,
Brandman University
Katie Donahue,
North State BIA
Christina Dyer,
Christina Dyer
Jaime Garrett,
City of Roseville Fire Dept
Jason Hartmann,
Five Star Bank
Rob Hasty,
Roseville Joint Union
High School District
Lisa Heinrich,
Big Brand Theory
Kristen Holihan,
Safe Credit Union
Trisha Isom,
City of Roseville- Economic
Development Dept.
Vance Jones,
MacKay & Somps
Justin Lemos,
Wells Fargo Bank
Cynthia Moore,
Vision Service Plan
Roxanne O’Moore,
Pampered Chef
Christy Patton,
John L. Sullivan
Auto Group
Amber Quezada,
Dignity Health
Ray Raby,
Tiffany & Co.
Laxmi Rao
Geoff Sakala,
Michele Skupic,
Chicago Title Company
Tricia Stewart,
City of Roseville-
Senior Planner
Carlos A. Yniguez,
John Adams Academy