What: Invitation to register for Leadership Chapel Hill-Carrboro (Leadership), an extensive program designed to
inform, develop, connect, and engage committed and emerging leaders in Greater Chapel Hill-Carrboro.
Why: Leadership participants broaden their understanding of issues and opportunities facing the region, refine their leadership skills, develop lasting relationships, and deepen their influence through ongoing networking and service opportunities.
Leadership 2022 includes nearly a dozen sessions over five months (from mid-May through early September). Most most sessions are all-day from 8am to 5pm on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month. Review the full schedule
Where: Sessions take place at different locations throughout Greater Chapel Hill-Carrboro. Transportation is required.
How: Leadership is a cohort-based learning experience that combines presentations, tours, experiential learning activities, and facilitated dialogue to help participants better understand key issues in the region related but not limited to government, education, housing, workforce and economic development, and health and human services.
Fee: The Leadership 2022 program fee is $1,750 (member) and $1,950 (non-member). This fee covers programming, session materials, and meals. Major Investors of the Chamber are entitled to the following discounts: Community Champions and Community Investors receive 50% off; Community Builders and Community Leaders receive 25% off.
Registration for Leadership 2022 is open with priority consideration for applications submitted by Friday, April 15, 2022. Registration will close on Thursday, April 21, 2022. By enrolling, participants commit to the program and payment requirements
and, given the time commitment, participants must verify the full support of their employers.
For questions about Leadership participation, logistics, fees, and scholarships, contact Chamber Manager of Programs and Events, McKenzie Reinhold
. For questions about the Leadership learning journey and content, contact Chamber Vice President for External Affairs, Katie Loovis