Meet Troy, Jullie, Tonya, and Carol: LFC Class of 2016


Troy Barrick

MAJ Troy Barrick

Frederick County Government

In 2015, Troy Barrick was promoted to the rank of Major and assigned as the Operations Commander for the Sheriff’s Office. In his current position, he manages and oversees approximately 170 sworn and civilian personnel, including patrol operations, special operations, and judicial operations. After graduating valedictorian of the Western Maryland Police Academy, Troy has worked his way from Deputy First Class, Corporal, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, and served 10 years as the Patrol Operations Commander, and 11 months as the Special Operations Commander.

Troy has been apart of many community activities both professionally and personally. While Commander for the Sheriff’s Office he coordinated the security detail for the Great Frederick Fair, working closely with the board to ensure a safe and secure event. He’s also volunteered for the Patty Pollatos Fundraiser events, and serves as a committee member for the YMCA’s Clays for Kids fundraiser – a sporting clay shoot to raise money for scholarships and activities for children. Troy also enjoys fishing, hunting, and coaching youth baseball and basketball.

Leadership Style: Flexible
Song that best describes him: Bad Boys (Inner Circle)

Julie Caniford

Jullie Caniford

Lighthouse Wealth Management

Jullie is a financial advisor and portfolio manager at Lighthouse Wealth Management, a local investment firm. In her current role, she is a support advisor, paraplanner, tax advisor, and tax preparer. Before this, she spent many years in public accounting as a CPA.

Although fairly new to Frederick County, Jullie has supported community events like Soles of Love in the Garden, Leprechaun Luau, Clutch the Future, and the Catoctin Affair. In Washington County she has supported fundraisers such as the Community Free Clinic’s MUDD VB, Run for Your Luck 5K, Potter’s Bowl, Celtic Ceilidh, and Gourmet Goat auction, and Girls Inc. Bonanzas. She also enjoys practicing yoga, spending time with her family, and traveling.

Leadership Style: Collaborative
Song that best describes her: Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You) (Kelly Clarkson)

Tonya Hatosy Stier

Tonya Hatosy-Stier

Woman-to-Woman Mentoring Group

Tonya is the current Program Coordinator for the Woman 2 Woman Mentoring Program. She recruits, interviews, and matches mentors and mentees, as well as designs, implements, and operates the mentoring program. Her role is to develop a community based mentoring program to serve young women in Frederick County. Before this, Tonya worked for 18 years in banking, investing, and lending.

Tonya is passionate about mentoring, foster children, and local farming. The very first community project she worked on was a Habitat for Humanity Build back in 1990. Since then, Tonya has helped organize and lead a team for Frederick CROP Hunger Walk, participated in two 60 mile Susan G. Komen walks, raised money for SOS, and served on the Board of Advisors for the Woman 2 Woman Mentoring Program.

Leadership Style: Empowering
Song that best describes her: Right Now (Van Halen)

Carol Pickett

Carol Pickett

Goodwill Industries Monocacy Valley

Carol is a Business Developer with Goodwill Industries of Monocacy Valley where she works with businesses to help fill their vacant positions. She is also involved in the Southern Frederick County Rotary club and has volunteered for their Rev Up for Rotary car show and Oktoberfest. Carol has also volunteered with Second Runway, and Frederick County Government’s Spring Tree Planting, which planted 150-200 trees.

Leadership Style: Collaborative
Song that best describes her: On the Road Again (Canned Heat)

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