Valley Leadership is committed to empowering every Arizonan to lead. Get to know our new programs!
If you’re ready to make a difference or grow your impact, we invite you to start your journey with VL's Catalyze program. With a virtual format and multiple session dates, you’ll be able to engage when and where it works best for you. Apply for Catalyze Class 2 today!
Empowering People Who Get Things Done for Arizona
Are you ready to make a difference? When you say yes, we’ll take you on a journey. It starts with learning and development to help you build a foundation to better understand yourself, your leadership skills and the issues facing Arizona. You’ll then have the opportunity to put your leadership to the test and take action on the most pressing issues facing our state through Impact Maker.
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We’ve been strengthening Arizona leaders for over 40 years. How we prepare leaders is guided by our Principles of Doing – to lead most effectively in Arizona. And, no matter how you engage with us, you’ll come away with new skills and experiences, new connections, broader perspective and a personal plan for how you’ll make a difference going forward.
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VL launched Impact Maker as a collaborative space to solve challenges together, with a commitment to long-term change that strengthens Arizona. We invite VL alumni to support and join this effort, working with community champions and experts to create and execute thoughtful, strategic solutions to issues that matter most to Arizona.
What’s Happening at VL
Valley Leadership’s Explore Program Goes to Nogales
Explore's second trip spent two days in Ambos Nogales (Spanish for “both Nogales”), which refers to the two cities with the same name: Nogales, Arizona, United States, and Nogales, Sonora, Mexico.
Valley Leadership’s Explore Program Goes to Yuma
Explore participants learned about Yuma's thriving agriculture industry, the community's focus on education and how larger issues in Arizona like immigration and water show up for Yuma's residents.