LT Alumni

Leadership Tomorrow’s core program is designed to build an in-depth knowledge of regional issues, explore strategies for positive change that cross sectors and silos, develop and practice leadership skills, and enhance participants’ commitment and ability to foster healthy communities. A key aspect of the program is exploring the ways in which addressing and eliminating racism is central to leadership in our region. 

Through LT, you will explore:

• WHY we care about our community, including exploring Community Trusteeship and Servant Leadership as key approaches to being an effective civic leader;

• WHAT are the issues in our region, including the elements of a healthy community, how the three sectors work together and where you might get involved;

• HOW to demonstrate effective community leadership, using the Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership from the "Leadership Challenge." These practices include Model the Way, Inspire a Shared Vision, Challenge the Process, Enable Others to Act, and Encourage the Heart.


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LT has exposed me to the most diverse, engaged, and committed group of people that I have met in my years in the Puget Sound region. They consistently inspire me to achieve more, while simultaneously serving as resources to help me do just that.
— Jordan Goldwarg, LT'17, Kids4Peace International

LT'S ALUMNI PROGRAMMING

Leadership Tomorrow engages its 2,000+ alumni by hosting monthly educational and networking events highlighting community stewardship, servant leadership and current regional issues.

To see what's coming up, please visit our event calendar.

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“I feel so fortunate to have access to these world-class speakers. Every time I come to LT, I leave inspired and awed by the other people in the room.”
— Jennifer Lail, LT’05, University of Washington