The demographic make-up of Greater Baton Rouge has markedly changed. Therefore, it is important for Leadership Alumni and the Leadership Program to continue its efforts to reach out to recruit individuals who reflect this diversity.
The Group's mission is to support diverse leaders who are committed to improving the quality of life through involvement. Your assistance as a leader in seeking to identify new leaders is more important than ever.
Some of our goals this year are:
We hope you will join our organization and help us to make this a better place to live.
2014 Community Leader Award Nominations
Click here to download the nomination form. Form must be received by April 25th.
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The Leadership Class of 2013 met at the Secretary of State's archives building for the session on city and state government. In photo, L to R- Lydia Martin, Blue Cross Blue Shield and class member; Kyle Ardoin, Sec. Of State First Asst.; Greg Hanly, Blue Cross Blue Shield of La, the leadership program day sponsor; Anya Glusman, Raising Canes and class member and Jeremy Jenkins, Dow Chemical and class member.
"Jazz with George Bell"
The recently graduated 2014 Leadership Class adopted the “Jazz with George Bell” night as their Arts project. They are also working on two education projects. Last night, many class members and Leadership Alums were in the audience to support the arts and the evening with (Leadership Alum) George Bell and his musician friends. In the photo, from Left to Right: Nicole Colvin, Sherry Poss, Mary Beth Chevalier, Lydia Martin (Committee Chair), Corey Wilson, Brian Ainsworth and Linda Gray. The highlight of the evening was a solo by Willie Johnson, singing “Rock Me Baby!”
Race n' Gravy 2014
This year's Race n' Gravy was a huge success, with groups meeting in nine homes. To see more, click here.
Scenes from our Holiday Party