Several Livingston County employees have now graduated from the National Association of Counties (NACo) High Performance Leadership Academy (HPLA).
The online 12-week program equips frontline county government professionals with practical
leadership skills to deliver results for counties and communities across the U.S. The robust
curriculum was developed by the Professional Development Academy in partnership with Fortune
1000 executives, public sector leaders, world-renowned academics and thought leaders, including
General Colin Powell and Dr. Marshall Goldsmith. HPLA was designed specifically for the unique
challenges and opportunities of serving in county government.
Livingston County HPLA Graduates:
Lindsay P. Quintilone, Esq., Public Defender
Andrea Bailey, County Clerk
Heather Ferrero, Deputy Planning Director
Megan Crowe, Planning Department Senior Planner
Mary Guldenschuh, Workforce Development and Youth Bureau Deputy Director
Tracy McCaughey, Social Services Commissioner
Tracy Byrd, Workforce Development Employment and Training Counselor
For more on NACo’s HPLA, please visit here.