Make a difference. You can with Leadership Anne Arundel (LAA). LAA, is a nonprofit organization, which is the premier leadership training & networking organization in Anne Arundel County since 1993. LAA has over 1200 graduates from its four core programs; Executive Leadership Series (ELS), Flagship Program (FLG), Neighborhood Leadership Academy (NLA) and the Graduate Fellows Program.
The vision of Leadership Anne Arundel is to develop and nurture community trustees who improve the quality of life in Anne Arundel County by convening diverse stakeholders, bridging their divides, and facilitating resolutions for the common good.
Their programs don’t just teach leadership. They give you the relationships, the access and the forum to make a real impact.
You can become a more effective leader in your community, in business or in government. They will open your eyes, plug you in, and energize you. You can stay involved with over 1,200 influential graduates, from networking to working the issues that affect our lives here in Anne Arundel County.
Leadership Anne Arundel’s four programs include the signature Flagship Program, Executive Leadership Program, the free Neighborhood Leadership Academy, and the Graduate Fellows Program.
They Are Accepting Applications
Attend one of three free Informational Continental Breakfasts around the county and learn more:
Wednesday, May 1, 20137:30-8:15 AM or 8:15-9:00 AM ARINC 2551 Riva Road, Annapolis Building 6 Complex Second Left on Admiral Cochrane from Riva Road Photo ID required at Security Desk
Thursday, May 2, 20137:30-8:15 AM or 8:15-9:00 AM AACC Cade Center for Fine Arts Building Room 219 101 College Parkway, Arnold
Thursday, May 9, 20137:30-8:15 AM or 8:15-9:00 AM AACC CyberCenter 3rd Floor Student Lounge 7556 Teague Road in Arundel Mills, Hanover
RSVP to Kathleen Nieberding Temprine at [email protected]