LCC Press Releases

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20 August 2019

Leadership Clark County calls for Project Proposals

LCC wants to help your non-profit or public sector organization

As a central part of the LCC experience, class participants collaborate with community partners to address an organizational challenge in our community during the year with projects occurring between October 2019 and May 2020.
25 July 2019

Leadership Clark County Welcomes New Board and Incoming Executive Members

LCC welcomes new Board of Director and Executive Committee members for the 2019/2020 class year.

30 August 2018

Leadership Clark County Calls for Project Proposals

Leadership Clark County Calls for Project Proposals

As a central part of the LCC experience, class participants collaborate with community partners to address an organizational challenge in our community during the year (with projects occurring between October 2018 and May 2019).
26 March 2018

Leadership Clark County Names Sherrie Jones New Executive Director

Clark County, Wash. (March 26, 2018) – Leadership Clark County (LCC) has appointed Sherrie Jones as the organization’s new Executive Director. Jones will be responsible for oversight of the organization’s fundraising, fiscal,  management, program and donor relations activities. As an alumnus of the 2016 LCC class, she brings her experiences with the program as well as her passion for community, service, and leadership.

31 October 2017

Affordable Housing to be Discussed at the Next Community Leadership Speaker Series Event

The panelists for this event are Leah Greenwood (Director of Property and Asset Management, Vancouver Housing Authority), Andy Silver (Executive Director, Council for the Homeless), Charlene Dahlen (Executive Director, Community Housing Resource Center), and Craig Lyons (Key Property Services, Inc.).
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Within a short time of completing the program, I targeted areas in the community I am passionate about, and I increased my involvement and volunteering.

     – Sharif Burdzik, LCC Alumni