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Do you have two minutes? nominate A colleague for LSC

It takes about two minutes to nominate a colleague as a candidate for Leadership Snohomish County’s Signature or Young Professional program. LSC teaches, engages, challenges, and mobilizes professionals from all sectors to address the larger questions of this community’s future. Class members identify core leadership abilities, examine complex issues, create new collaborations, and graduate with a new awareness of how to build thriving companies, communities, and organizations. Nominate yourself, or someone who you recognize with leadership potential! Nominations close April 30th.


Step Up: Understanding and Implementing Racial Equity
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Friday, April 28th at Lynnwood Convention Center


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What do we mean by racial equity?

How do we achieve it in our work, schools, and lives?

In a new, non-partisan, community-wide forum, Step Up: Understanding and Implementing Racial Equity will convene 500 local decision makers from all sectors for relevant and dynamic dialogue.

Admission is FREE with advance registration, thanks to very generous support from our sponsors: Premera Blue Cross, Everett Community College, City of Lynnwood, Verdant Health Commission, The Herald, City University, Providence Everett Medical Center, Sno-Isle Libraries, YWCA, UW Bothell, Edmonds Chamber of Commerce, Tulalip Tribes, WSU North Puget Sound, United Way of Snohomish County, Edmonds Community College, and Community Transit.


your investment Benefits our entire community. Support our future leaders!

Community leadership requires community investment. We are grateful for support this year from Tulalip Resort Casino, Women's Funding Alliance, Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation, The Herald, Boeing, 360 Hotel Group, Community Foundation of Snohomish County, Everett Community College, Providence Health and Services, Experience Momentum, Community Transit, Edmonds Community College, and The Everett Clinic. William Wright photo.

Community leadership requires community investment. We are grateful for support this year from Tulalip Resort Casino, Women's Funding Alliance, Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation, The Herald, Boeing, 360 Hotel Group, Community Foundation of Snohomish County, Everett Community College, Providence Health and Services, Experience Momentum, Community Transit, Edmonds Community College, and The Everett Clinic.

William Wright photo.