For the Miami Valley Today
COLUMBUS — Leadership Ohio is pleased to announce it has selected the new class of Fellows for 2022, including Sabra Tomb of Troy. This year, 43 leaders from across the state will be given the opportunity to deepen their knowledge and perspective of Ohio while contributing to the Leadership Ohio legacy of impact as the organization celebrates its 30th anniversary year.
“This is an outstanding cadre of highly talented and accomplished fellows,” said Nan Baker, president of the board, Leadership Ohio. “We are thrilled to welcome this diverse group during our 30th anniversary year, which will be intentionally focused on collaboration and impact.”
The 2022 Leadership Ohio class is one of the most dynamic in the organization’s history. Each Fellow was nominated and completed a competitive application process to be considered for the class. The fellows come from various backgrounds and communities, with leaders working in innovation and business, state reform, education, and more. They will engage in programming across the state from April through November, and the curriculum and experience will provide a thoughtful opportunity for different perspectives and backgrounds to come together to learn and grow.
“I’m honored to welcome these remarkably visionary and inspiring individuals,” said Dr. Lisa Duty, executive director, Leadership Ohio. “They are now part of a growing network of changemakers and catalysts who are building stronger communities and a stronger Ohio.”
Leadership Ohio’s Alumni go on to occupy positions of influence in leading companies, key government agencies, elected offices, commissions, and Ohio’s boardrooms.
For more information about Leadership Ohio, visit leadershipohio.org.
Sabra Tomb, Esq., Attorney, Air Force Research Laboratory
Sabra Tomb, of Troy, is an attorney-advisor for Headquarters Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. As an attorney for AFRL, Tomb provides legal support to AFRL’s $5 billion science, technology, research and development enterprise, including the laboratory’s nine component technology directorates and the 711th Human Performance Wing. Tomb also partners with AFRL’s Functional Directorates to accelerate the Research & Development process, and provides legal support to the AFRL leadership.
Tomb also currently serves as the chair of the Department of Defense Technology Transfer Professional Development Advisory Group and as an Executive Board member and midwest regional coordinator for the Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer. As the midwest regional coordinator, she supports the technology transfer efforts of 30 labs and 130 facilities in six states.
Prior to her current position, Tomb was a technology transfer specialist in the AFRL’s 711th Human Performance Wing’s Office of Research and Technology Applications and in the Wing’s Institutional Review and Biosurety Office.
Before her career with the Air Force, Tomb worked in the fitness and natural health industries for over 10 years, and during that time, owned a natural health store for seven years.