Leadership Northwest Indiana prepares to graduate 1,000th member

2013-03-20T00:00:00Z 2013-03-28T13:24:09Z Leadership Northwest Indiana prepares to graduate 1,000th memberBy Times Staff nwitimes.com
March 20, 2013 12:00 am  • 

The Leadership Northwest Indiana Program has been building the leadership capacity of the region for 30 years.

LNI operates two classes annually, totaling approximately 100 participants. The latest class, LNI34, began meeting in February and will continue its educational journey until December.

Among the participants of this class is the 1,000th graduate of the LNI Program, which continues to grow and develop as an innovative program for Northwest Indiana.

Through a structured 10-month program, participants  learn more about the characteristics, resources, needs and potential in Northwest Indiana. Class members are challenged to increase their knowledge and gain valuable new perspectives through interaction with business and community leaders. The curriculum is developed from the information provided in the Quality of Life Indicators Report published by the Northwest Indiana Quality of Life Council along with other timely issues.

All-day sessions are held monthly, with a graduation luncheon to close the program in June and December. In an effort to acquaint participants with as much of Northwest Indiana as possible, session locations vary and each session includes discussions/presentations, hands-on activities, and tours.

Learn more about the Leadership Northwest Indiana Program by visiting www.leadershipnwi.org.

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