Leadership Day Breakfast
Friday, October 13th
"Celebrate the Past, Claim the Present, Create the Future"
The Next 20 Years of Leadership Snohomish County
2nd Annual Leadership Day Breakfast
7:15-9:00 AM. Doors open at 7AM
at the Edward D. Hansen Conference Center, Everett WA
Emcee: Jennifer Graves, 2017 keynote speaker and Vice President, Washington State Hospital Association
Please join us for Snohomish County's 2nd Annual Leadership Day! Commemorate Leadership Snohomish County's 20th year. Hear from community leaders who walk the talk. Celebrate winners of LSC's Distinguished Alumni Award, Community Partner Award, and the first Deborah Knutson Women's Leadership Award. Your attendance supports strong local community leaders for the future.
Tickets are complimentary. Guests will be invited to make a philanthropic contribution to Leadership Snohomish County.
Are you a new class member? Congratulations and welcome!
Lunch WITH A LEADER
Registration is open for our next Lunch With A Leader:
Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson, September 25th.
Thank you to our Lunch With A Leader sponsors, Sno-Isle Libraries and 360 Hotel Group.
Check out the Alumni Calendar FOR DETAILS & TO REGISTER
What's Your LSC Story?
Leadership Snohomish County (LSC) is 20 years old this year!
Has LSC made a difference to you? Changed your professional path? Energized your engagement? Helped you set new goals? Whether you're a graduate, past board member, community partner, or committee volunteer, we'd love to hear your story. We're asking for specific anecdotes highlighting an ah-ha! moment or turning point in your life as a result of your involvement with LSC. If you have photos or video to share, send those, too - we'll give proper credit! We believe that stories define and connect us – THANKS for sharing yours!
Step Up: Understanding and Implementing Racial Equity
SAVE THE DATE: April 27, 2018
LSC's second annual Step Up event will take place on Friday, April 27th, 2018 at the Lynnwood Convention Center. Did you attend last year? THANK YOU! Missed it? Check out the virtual toolkit here.