Annual Dues – Annual Dues are $50 and can be paid from the homepage. Alumni receive a complete Alumni Directory with the best connections in Monroe County, and invitations to LMC socials, parties, and celebrations where you can not only keep in touch with old friends and classmates but also meet new class members and current, former, and future Monroe County leaders!
E-Newsletters – This is a great way to stay in touch and learn about upcoming events and alumni gatherings. If you are not currently receiving our monthly newsletters via email, please contact our Program Coordinator, Michael Shields, at email@example.com.
Sponsorships – Sponsor a portion of the next class’ session for the opportunity to share more about you and your business with the next group of leaders. Go to the Sponsors link to learn more.
Recruiting and Socials – As alumni, we should always be on the look-out for new people that you think would bring something unique to LMC.
Volunteer – Join one of our committees (listed below) or become a member of our ALUMNI ASSOCIATION.
Please contact Michael Shields, LMC Program Coordinator, for more information.
Each class becomes the BEST class thanks to the benefit of accrued knowledge and experience from those who have come before them. Each year, LMC strives to improve, enhance, and enrich the complete program. Established and emerging community leaders are invited and encouraged to step forward and join the ranks of the best leaders, to help create the best future for Monroe County, building bridges to unite us.
Class XXVII stepped up to the plate at the onset of the program in late September with verve and determination-qualities that defined their future sessions and activities.
Throughout the year and subsequent sessions, the relationships that developed brought greater strength to their efforts, particularly with their Class Project, to support the Domestic Abuse Shelter program, in need of capital funding for their Hurricane Irma damaged facilities. The class also got to celebrate the marriage of Matt & Nikki Bussard, both, true builders of community! Plus, Mallory Morton also got engaged, and is also newly betrothed!
Hurricane Irma hit the Florida Keys in early September with unprecedented wrath, and the program was threatened with being put on hold – and even cancelled, as the emergency management recovery efforts took precedence at every level throughout the county. Indeed, the entire State of Florida.
Yet, Leadership demands action, not passivity, and the Class rallied to unanimously support continuing the class, and not miss a beat in the remarkable rebuilding process, a daunting and incredible testimony to their commitment – to make the Keys, stronger. STORMTROOPERS, indeed!
LMC celebrated its Silver Anniversary in 2017 with Class XXV. The class certainly lived up to their proclaimed identity as the year unfolded with remarkable elan and energy! They are not only the “Best Class,” now. They are EXTRAORDINARY! Make that “eXtra eXtraordinary Visionaries!” XXV!
Following the graduation of Class XXV, there are now over 550 community leaders who have participated in LMC and who continue to make Monroe County a better place to live, work, and play.
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