Leadership Sandy Springs Class Of 2017 Adult Program

The nine-month program includes four required elements:

Two Retreats

Opening retreat – overnight event that focuses on strengthening relationships, leadership development and team building.

Closing retreat – a one-day culmination event, serving as a springboard to future community involvement and alumni participation.

Program Days

Seven monthly, day-long sessions are centered on issues and themes important to the Sandy Springs and central Perimeter area.

Sessions include interactive activities on the following topics: local history & government, business & community development, environment, education, human services, regional issues, and state government.

Evening Sessions

Opening kickoff fiesta with a keynote speaker, meet current class participants and alumni, and Evening with the Mayor, an exclusive LSS class/alumni first look at the new year.

Three small group dinners with current class members to allow for a more unstructured time of fellowship and discussion on a key point of program day and planning service projects, as well as one night out to learn about public safety.

Community Projects

Small groups plan and implement community projects designed to enrich and enhance the Sandy Springs area.

Projects provide hands-on opportunities to enhance leadership skills while working with diverse styles and backgrounds.


Leadership Sandy Springs helps emerging and recognized
leaders enhance their knowledge of local and state issues and
inspires them to take leadership roles in our city.


 

We bring together public, private and nonprofit sectors to work collaboratively on vital issues.

36

community leaders
educated through
program days and special
events
each 9 month
program

12

alumni programs offer
additional opportunities to
stay connected with other
members through alumni
and community events


Jennifer Cruce PictureI would recommend LSS to others because it’s like speed-dating with a city. You learn a lot really fast.

Jennifer Cruce, Executive Director at Sandy Springs Hospitality & Tourism




John PurringtonLSS has been valuable to me because of the inherent value of knowing and being committed to the community in which I lived. I have a strong sense of ownership and responsibility.

John Purrington, St John UMC Atlanta - Pastor-in-Charge

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