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.

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


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.

“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