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Attorney Megan Merritt Selected for Leadership for Five Seasons Class of 2020

May 1, 2019

Megan Merritt, Associate Attorney at Shuttleworth & Ingersoll, has been selected as a participant for the Leadership for Five Seasons (LFS) Adult Class of 2020, hosted by the Cedar Rapids Metro Economic Alliance.Megan is one of 35 selected to participate in the ten-month formal leadership curriculum. The program provides participants with community knowledge, connections, and inspiration to make a positive impact within the community.See the full list of those selected for the LFS class of 2020.Megan joins a long list of Shuttleworth & Ingersoll attorneys to participate in the program, including:William Prowell (1985)Linda Kirsch (1987)Steven Pace (1987)Dean Einck (1989)Dennis McMenimen (1990)Mark Zaiger (1990)Brian Bergstrom (1998)Nancy Penner (1999)Laurie Dawley (2002)Kevin Caster (2004)Tricia Hoffman-Simanek (2007)Brett Papendick (2009)Marty Stoll (2009)Mark Hudson (2010)Jace Bisgard (2011)Donald Johnson (2012)Sam Jones (2014)Caitlin Slessor (2017)About Megan R. MerrittMegan is an associate attorney at Shuttleworth & Ingersoll, P.L.C. Megan tries cases to judges and juries in state and federal court, protecting the interests of her individual and business clients. Megan has represented a broad range of individuals and businesses, including small businesses, large corporations, and insurance companies.  Megan has also worked with city governments to craft and enact local ordinances, maintain compliance with state and federal laws, and create employee policies.About Leadership for Five Seasons and the Cedar Rapids Metro Economic AllianceThe Cedar Rapids Metro Economic Alliance is proud to serve nearly 1,200 member businesses through core functions of business support, economic development, community development and public policy. Leadership for Five Seasons (LFS) is a premier community leadership program offered by the Cedar Rapids Metro Economic Alliance that focuses on developing top talent through a formal leadership curriculum. Participants are selected from area businesses, public and private agencies, civic and other organizations. The LFS Class of 2020 marks the 37th anniversary of the program, which includes: Adult, Executive and Youth programs. Read more at

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