Discover Leadership Macomb

It isn’t difficult to find them – at local charity events, on school and nonprofit boards, serving in elected positions, in board rooms and classrooms, leading teams and organizations, and collaborating on projects and common goals. With over 700 graduates from Leadership Macomb scattered throughout the region, their impact can’t be missed.

leadership macomb pic 1.jpgFor 20 years, the organization has been instrumental in helping both emerging and accomplished leaders expand their network and enhance their knowledge of local systems, assets and issues as well as their individual commitment to work toward the common goal of strengthening Macomb County. Leadership Macomb graduates are invaluable resources and key contributors to the entire region.

Leadership Macomb is the ultimate platform for bringing private, public and nonprofit sectors together to experience the county, connect and collaborate with each other, and become engaged locally and beyond.

Discover how graduates are transformed both personally and professionally by enrolling in the Leadership Macomb XXI 2017-2018 program which runs Sept. 20, 2017 through June 6, 2018. The application deadline is July 1. Visit leadershipmacomb.org for more information.

If you are already a graduate of Leadership Macomb – we hope to see you Wednesday, June 7 at MacRay Harbor to celebrate our 20-year anniversary! This class reunion will be a chance to visit with alumni and see the impact Leadership Macomb has made over the past two decades. Find out more and purchase tickets at www.leadershipmacomb.org/20-20event.

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Diane Banks is the program director for Leadership Macomb.

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