To sustain community participation and involvement by training and providing new and emerging leaders
with the expertise to serve on nonprofit boards.
Leadership Tri-County is administered through the TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Inc. Since its inception in 1993, the program has prepared more than 200 community members for leadership positions in the tri-county area. Each Leadership class is comprised of ten to fifteen individuals who have been selected for their potential to expand their involvement in the development of the tri-county area. Each member has made a demonstrated commitment to leadership in both their community and place of employment. These individuals represent business and industry, government, the arts, volunteer and social organizations, education, professional groups, labor, hospitals, and utilities.
Make a difference in your community and participate in the Leadership Tri-County Class of 2017 to build your confidence in serving on a nonprofit board of directors. Apply for Leadership Tri-County today!
Are you a nonprofit organization who would like to enlist help from Leadership Tri-County? Submit a Project Proposal for the next class to complete on your behalf.
Nonprofit Project Proposal
Alumni from this program have enjoyed their experience – expanding their community knowledge and professional development. View our photos below to see a sample of the experiences that you do not want to miss.
There are a large number of nonprofit organizations in the tri-county area. They are always looking for volunteers. If you are interested in giving back and getting involved click here to access a list of tri-county area nonprofit organizations to find one that is right for you.
Leadership Tri-County Advisory Board
To develop, enhance, and support the Leadership Tri-County program.
Co-Chairs: Michael Lenhart and Robin McMonagle
Rebecca A. Hobbs
Cynthia A. Noble-Mohn
Connect with Alumni of Leadership Tri-County on The Leadership Tri-County Class of 2017 is sponsored by:
Photos from Leadership Class 2017: