Leadership Howard County, which seeks to empower leaders to strengthen and transform the community, accepted 32 professionals from Howard County businesses and nonprofits into the Leadership Premier program’s class of 2021. Leadership Premier is an exploration of the Howard County community, during which participants meet with Howard County businesses and local leaders and learn about issues in the county. The members of the class of 2021 are: Shafeeq Ahmed, Howard County General Hospital Anika Baty-Mills, Baty Mills Publishing Jodi Benning, John Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab Karen Bryant, Leadership Howard County Mick Carbo, Carbo Coaching
Leadership Howard County, which seeks to empower leaders to strengthen and transform the community, named Anne Brinker chair of the organization’s board of directors. Brinker brings more than 15 years of experience in nonprofit leadership, program and grant management, strategic planning and operations. Brinker is chief operating officer for the Horizon Foundation, Howard County’s community health foundation, where she oversees all finance, technology, human resources, facility and day-to-day business operations. Previously, she was vice president and director of operations for the Community Action Council of Howard County, director of strategic organizational planning for Columbia Association
Leadership Howard County, which seeks to empower leaders to strengthen and transform the community, announced the commencement of the 33rd Leadership Premier class on Tuesday, June 11, 2019, at Ten Oaks Ballroom in Clarksville. Leadership Premier Graduates for 2019 include: Saman Akhtar, Ajit Apte, Charlie Camp, Kelly Cimino, Jon Cohen, Mimi Cuddy Mierwza, Patrick Curtis, Matthew DeGourse, Fred Eikenberg, Felicia Fleming, Talia Fletcher, Chris Frink, Shawn Gladden, Ayesha Holmes, Eleanor Hunt, Celestinah Iibironke, Meg Ignacio, Saji Ijiyemi, Janet Irvin, Mike Kalinock, Tonya Kennon, Peter Laanisto, Marcy Leonard, Nannette Livadas, Kelly McLaughlin, Tracey Millings, Nicholas Mooneyhan,
Leadership Howard County, which seeks to empower leaders to strengthen and transform the community, will recognize program alumni for their service to Howard County at the organization’s annual dinner and graduation. The event will take place June 11 from 5 to 8:45 p.m. at the Ten Oaks Ballroom in Clarksville, Maryland. Leadership Howard County will present awards to: Ananta Hejeebu received the Distinguished Alumni award, which recognizes a Leadership Howard County graduate who has worked to better the community. In addition to serving Grace Community Church and coaching local sports teams, Hejeebu supports local organizations
In keeping with the types of organizations that impacted Big Event 2019 speaker Liz Murray's life, how can you make a difference here in Howard County? Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center provides 24-hour crisis intervention, suicide prevention, shelter, and outreach services to individuals and families experiencing a personal, situational, mental health or shelter crisis. Grassrootscrisis.org Donate non-perishable food to the Day Resource Center Food PantryPrepare a meal for the shelter with a group of friends (51 people)Donate gas cards to the Crisis Center for people living in carsDonate new/gently used men’s sneakers to the Day Resource
Leadership Howard County, which seeks to empower leaders to strengthen and transform the community, is accepting applications for Leadership Premier, a 10-month leadership development program for senior-level business and community leaders who live or work in Howard County. Applications for the class of 2020 will be accepted through May 20, and applicants will be notified of acceptance by Aug. 1. To apply or learn more, visit www.leadershiphc.org or call 410-730-4474. Nearly 1,300 community members have completed the Leadership Premier program over the past 32 years. Leadership Premier expands awareness of issues affecting Howard County and
Leadership Howard County, which seeks to empower leaders to strengthen and transform the community, will hold a general membership luncheon with speaker Ricky Smith, CEO of BWI Marshall Airport. When? Friday, March 15 11 a.m. registration and networking 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. lunch and program Where? The Meeting House At the event, Smith will present “Taking to the Sky: BWI Marshall’s Plans to Lift the Region Higher” and share an update on the airport’s activities and recent developments. Smith, a Baltimore native, was appointed CEO of the airport in 2015 after heading Cleveland’s airport
Part I: The Summer Session: Sunday, August 2 - Friday, August 7, 2020 Students are required to attend each day of the summer session. Days 1-2: Students attend a 1 and 1/2-day team building session (not an overnight retreat) during which students engage in problem-solving exercises to learn about leadership and team development. Day 3: Students learn about leadership qualities and values, and cultural diversity. They may take a personality inventory test to learn about their own leadership styles and how to work with other people. Day 4: Students tour the Howard County General Hospital and
Leadership Howard County will hold its annual Big Event featuring guest speaker Liz Murray, who will present her keynote speech “Homeless to Harvard.” Murray, a Harvard graduate who experienced homelessness as a teen, will share how she overcame her childhood obstacles and transformed her life to inspire others. The Big Event brings together more than 400 leaders from business, government and nonprofit organizations in Howard County. Proceeds from the event support Leadership Howard County programs and scholarships. When? Tuesday, April 9th 2019, 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Where?
Our application process will open on Feb. 1, 2020.