Valley Leadership Announces Leadership Institute Class 37
Valley Leadership announced members of 2015 – 2016 Leadership Institute. Each year, approximately 50 proven leaders are selected during a competitive process for the nine-month program. This is the 37th year of the program.
Valley Leadership Receives Community Partnership Award
On Saturday, July 11, Valley Leadership received the Asian Corporate and Entrepreneurship Leader’s (ACEL) Community Partner Award.
Valley Leadership to host National Conference (#ALPinAZ)
Valley Leadership has been selected, through a competitive bid process, to host the Association of Leadership Programs National Conference in 2017. The conference will be held in Downtown Phoenix, from June 22 to June 24. The Conference will feature up to 50 workshops, several keynote speakers, an awards banquet, and is expected to attract nearly 500 leaders from across the United States.
Leadership Institute Class 36 Community Impact
Class 36 of Leadership Institute, Valley Leadership’s flagship program, completed its program year on June 5, after presenting the results of collaborative group work benefiting Arizona communities. Through high quality education, unprecedented access, and an innovative network, Valley Leadership goes beyond traditional leadership programs by empowering already proven leaders to advance their passions and accelerate their pursuits.
Arizona Teens Distribute Funds to Local Community Organizations
Nineteen Arizona teens completed Valley Leadership’s Youth Leadership in Philanthropy program last week, and distributed nearly $10,000 to three different community organizations, including: A New Leaf, Civitan Foundation, Inc., and Jewish Family and Children’s Services.
Valley Leadership Names Jo Pullen Vice President
Valley Leadership, the region’s premier leadership organization, announced today that Jo Pullen will join the staff as Vice President of the organization.
Valley Leadership Selects Leadership Institute Class 36
Valley Leadership is pleased to announce Leadership Institute Class of 36. The group was selected from a competitive group of applicants and includes a wide representation of business sectors, including corporate and nonprofit executives, small business owners, public officials and servants, and leaders in health care, education, law and technology.