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Gardere's Glenn Singleton Chosen for Leadership Dallas Class of 2014

08.05.13

The Dallas Morning News highlighted the Dallas Regional Chamber's announcement of its 2014 Leadership Dallas class, and Gardere Corporate Associate Glenn T. Singleton has been selected as one of its members.

The region's premier leadership development program aims to provide the city with an ongoing source of diverse leaders who are committed to serve as catalysts and sustainers of positive change for the culture, commerce and quality of life in North Texas.

"Each of the individuals joining the class has demonstrated a strong dedication to supporting the communities where they live and work, and a wide range of businesses, industries and experiences are represented," said Jim Oberwetter, president and CEO of the Dallas Regional Chamber.

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