The last of the three Class XXIV Recruitment and Reception Socials for Leadership Monroe County will be held July 24, at Amara Cay in Islamorada.
Leadership Monroe County invites the public to the next social reception to introduce the program for the upcoming Class XXIV which begins in October and meet alumni and Board, Friday, July 24, at the Amara Cay Resort, in Islamorada, 5:30-7:30.
Class members will learn about the 2015-16 sessions, and the scope, mission and benefits of becoming part of this county wide program which seeks to build relationships for constructive alliances among Florida Keys leaders in the public and private sectors.
Founded in 1992, the program is aimed at residents who are active in leadership roles in the private sector, government, or nonprofit community. Through a series of one and multi-day sessions, over a seven month period, topics examined include the environment and natural resources, tourism and the economy, government, education, military, the law and judiciary, emergency management, arts and culture, health and human services, as well as leadership skill development.
Leadership Monroe County 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.
Leadership Monroe County
Established in 1992 as a program by the Key West Chamber of Commerce. LMC continued to evolve and after several years, transitioned to be under the aegis of the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys, as its prime and distinct leadership program to foster greater, county-wide impact. As of Class XX, LMC became its own, independent, IRS recognized, 501(c)3 non-profit charitable educational organization.
Since its inception, over 500 community leaders have participated in the program, and helped to fulfill its mission of building a better community in which to live, work and play.
Scenes from LMC Classes