Leadership Statesville has educated and equipped hundreds of Statesville residents for 31 years with information about the social, economic and political dynamics of our community. The program challenges each participant not only to be an effective and influential leader within their own organization, but to lead within our greater community through personal commitment and involvement.
The goal of Leadership Statesville is to identify potential community leaders and provide them with information and encouragement, which will enable them to put their talents to use in the community.
Developing Future Leaders…Today!
Training business and professional people to assume community leadership roles is one way to ensure a continuing reservoir of leadership talent for the future. Since 1988, local community leaders have taught a maximum of 30 business people a year in each of the leadership programs.
If you have any questions please contact Shannon Viera at 704-873-2892 or firstname.lastname@example.org
“I have seen the value in our Leadership Statesville program soar with the addition of Nicole and Vibrant Coaching. By offering more formalized leadership training we are enriching our program through the presentation of concepts that some of our participants have never been exposed to before. Nicole is empowering our future community leaders by providing additional tools for them to use and share. “
Charles E. Ashe, Leadership Statesville Advisory Board
|John Childress, Chair, Banner Drug||Charles Ashe, Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell|
|Brett Eckerman, United Way of Iredell County||Jennifer Minton, Carolina Farm Credit, ACA|
|Jerry Campbell, Impact Health of Iredell County||Kelly Elam Pardue, Tarheel Realty|
|Richard Griggs, City of Statesville Recreation & Parks||Christen Fries, Iredell County Partnership for Young Children|
|Jon Madison, Doug Madison Realty||Markeatha Murphy, Another Path|
|Marty Cass, Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell||Nicole Greer, Vibrant Coaching|
|Tyler Wilson, Piedmont Community Health Collaborative||Jessica Duncan, American Renaissance School|
|Curtis Hoepker, EnergyUnited||Dana Campbell, Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell|