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Applications are now being accepted for the second year of an innovative program that will prepare and launch 25 of Maine’s young emerging leaders
Jan Kearce has been chosen as ICL’s next Executive Director and will start in mid-October…
The 32 class members come from the private, nonprofit and public sectors and were selected based on their potential to leverage their training to improve Maine and its communities
An innovative pilot program developed as a local solution to a national shortage of young professionals on nonprofit boards launched Friday
Lauren Grousd and Andrew Jones are named as co-facilitators for its Young Emerging Leaders Pilot
Joining the ICL board are Stephen Eddy, Vice President and Fiduciary Consultant at Investment Management and Consulting Group; Barbara Nash, Vice President of Corporate Research at Unum; Linda Mae Ruterbories, Director of the Orthopaedic Surgery Center at Orthopaedic Associates; and Michael Stillings, Principal at Baker Newman Noyes.
The fourth Nonprofit Sector Viability Program of 2010 will provide senior leaders of 10 nonprofit organizations that contract or have provider agreements with the Maine Department of Health & Human Services with a structured and supportive environment
The Institute for Civic Leadership has named Suzanne Austin as its Interim Executive Director.
The Board of Directors of the Institute for Civic Leadership is actively seeking a new Executive Director to lead the organization
There are some other noteworthy changes underway here at ICL. Moving forward we will be focusing more intently on our core mission: training, developing and supporting Maine leaders, firmly believing that doing so improves not only leaders but our organizations and communities as well.