LNI launches 36th class of region leaders

2014-02-10T00:00:00Z LNI launches 36th class of region leadersTimes Staff nwitimes.com
February 10, 2014 12:00 am  • 

The Leadership Northwest Indiana Program has been building leadership capacity in Northwest Indiana for more than 30 years.

LNI operates two classes annually, totaling more than 100 participants. The latest class, LNI36, has 50 participants began meeting Jan. 30, with monthly sessions scheduled through December.

The two-day opening session was hosted at Avalon Manor in Hobart and the Center for Visual & Performing Arts in Munster. It was made possible by contributions from Hoeppner, Wagner & Evans, South Shore Arts and Indiana Beverage.

LNI is a program of the South Shore Leadership Center, which is also home to the South Shore Leadership Youth for Community Engagement Program.

The programs focus on preparing engaged and knowledgeable leaders in the region who are prepared to make an impact. The curriculum is centered on key issues affecting the Calumet Region as outlined in One Region’s Quality of Life Indicators Report.

The South Shore Leadership Center serves more than  1,000 alumni who influence hundreds of businesses in Northwest Indiana. The organization is striving to create the crucial foundation of leaders that can then create successful organizations and businesses within the region to make a difference on key issues that affect our day to day life, according to Dana Yake, SSLC director of Marketing and Development.

Learn more by visiting www.southshorelc.org.

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