LEADERSHIP MONROE OPENS APPLICATIONS FOR CLASS XXIX
Have you ever wondered why a single pipeline provides our water from Florida City on the mainland? Are you curious about our economic drivers, our county and municipal government, or the role of the U.S. military in the Keys?
Leadership Monroe County (LMC) provides a series of in-depth, immersive one- and multi-day sessions, over an eight-month period, into the issues and policies that affect the present and help to determine the future.
“This is a unique program for residents who have active leadership roles in the private, public or nonprofit sectors in the community and who aspire to become more informed and effective leaders,” said Chuck Licis-Masson, LMC board president.
“The program offers an unparalleled opportunity for community leaders to experience and learn alongside a dedicated, committed group of peers and, through their engagement, measurably increase their future impact within the community,” he said.
Leadership Monroe County is a non-profit education organization. Established in 1992, LMC provides a program that includes the history of the Keys while examining various sectors of the county, including tourism and the economy, the environment and natural resources, government, education, military, the law and judiciary, emergency management, arts and culture, health care and human services. More information is at 305-394-3804, gro.ytnuocoernompihsredael@ylppa or www.leadershipmonroecounty.org.
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