The Leadership Snohomish County Program develops leaders for a lifetime by providing education and opportunities for people to strengthen our community.
"Community building is messy work. Leadership Snohomish County revealed to me how inspiring that work can be."
– Ted Wenta, YMCA Snohomish County
More than 500 Snohomish County professionals have graduated from LSC. Employers in businesses, nonprofits and local government see the value of this program.
Friday, October 14th is leadership day in snohomish county
With the designation of Leadership Day, Leadership Snohomish County and its partners highlight the importance of leadership as a community value. LSC will also award its annual Distinguished Alum Award and Community Partner Award at the inaugural Leadership Day breakfast event, 7:15 a.m., Friday, October 14th at Everett Station. Tickets are free of charge and available now! Guests will have an opportunity to support community leadership development with a donation to Leadership Snohomish County.
"We've got to make sure we're preparing for our future residents. We have a really exciting future with the diversity of our changing demographics." Nicola Smith, Mayor, City of Lynnwood
"When it comes to obstacles, the biggest is probably trust. You have to have the trust of your community to be able to move forward."
Dan Rankin, Mayor, City of Darrington
"Building influence" kickoff celebration 5:30PM, Thursday September 22nd
Tickets are now available for our kickoff celebration & dinner, Building Influence: The Impact of Inspired Leadership.
5:30 - 8:00 PM, Thursday, September 22nd at Rosehill Community Center in Mukilteo. Tickets are $30 per person through September 15th, while they last.
BELOW: 2016 Graduation Celebration. Photos by William Wright
Advice to Graduates from Snohomish County Mayors: watch below
Thanks for submitting great nominations for 2016-2017!
Leadership Snohomish County reviews applications from professionals in all sectors, from across the community. When accepting candidates, LSC makes every effort to reflect the diversity of those who live and work in this dynamic county.