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

Leadership Clark County is issuing a Request for Proposal (RFP) in July and part of August for brief proposals from community agencies and nonprofits for class projects. We especially encourage LCC alums who serve on boards, committees, commissions and task forces to consider submitting a proposal. Please note that projects must be completed within the class year, which ends in May 2016.

The proposals are due Monday, August 10, 2015 by 5:00 pm. If you have any questions, please contact LCC Executive Director Angel at director@leadershipclarkcounty.com or 360-567-1085.

Again, thank you for you support!