LEAD alumni develop lasting personal relationships, gain an invaluable professional network, and support their community through service as elected officials, local volunteers, and non-profit board members.STAY CONNECTED
The first LEAD class graduated in 1994 and over the past two decades, 400 diverse and accomplished individuals have officially completed the program.
Graduation comes after the successful completion of an intensive 8-month program consisting of educational sessions, tours, and candid conversations with community leaders.
LEAD class members work together to develop and implement a unique class project that benefits the community. Over the years, members have addressed literacy, access to indoor plumbing, assistance for the area's homeless and more.
HEAR FROM THE CLASS OF 2019
The LEADership Team consists of a 22-member operating board, a five-member executive committee, and several working committees.
All team members are volunteers and most are program alumni.
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