Leadership Clark County is celebrating 20 years of service to our Southwest Washington community!

Through practical, action-oriented, hands-on experiences, Leadership Clark County (LCC) graduates emerge with an in-depth knowledge of our community and strong leadership skills.

LCC graduates are everywhere, rolling up their sleeves and making a difference.

Our graduates have gone on to legislative service, nonprofit board service, business leadership and educational service, and many others provide behind-the-scenes support with countless volunteer hours and financial assistance. Our graduates are active and concerned participants in our community’s most important issues.

No matter what role they play, they’re working to create a community that works for all of us and the generations to come. That’s the kind of leadership LCC is all about!



What’s New

LCC Clark County Leadership Awards

Nominations for LCC Outstanding Alumnus & Community Leader Due September 30.

Who do you know that exemplifies service and leadership and is active in our community? If that person is an LCC graduate (not a current board member), nominate him or her to be this year’s Outstanding Alum. If they haven't gone through LCC, nominate them for our new Community Leadership award.

Send us an email telling us your nominee's name and include your own name and contact information as nominator. Briefly describe the reasons your nominee deserves to be recognized as either this year's LCC Outstanding Alumnus or Community Leader. Describe how your nominee demonstrates exemplary leadership by modeling the way, inspiring a shared vision, challenging the process, enabling other to act and/or by encouraging the heart.

A list of LCC alums is available here on the LCC website.

Please send nominations to Dave Cole at dacole@esd.wa.gov and Katy Myers at Kathleen.Myers@clark.wa.gov by Wednesday, September 30. To purchase tickets click on "Tickets" above.