Leadership Baltimore County (LBC) is pleased to announce the LBC Class of 2024. Nearly 50 leaders were selected from a competitive pool of applicants from across the region and across sectors and industries. View the class list here: https://www.leadbaltimore.org/class-of-2024/.
With a dynamic full-day session at Marriot Courtyard in Hunt Valley on September 13 followed by a second day of team building activities at Genesee Valley Outdoor Learning Center in Parkton, the cohort built a solid foundation. They learned about each other and the program year ahead and started to build the life-long bonds that the program is known for. This group of impressive leaders set the perfect tone for the year as they welcomed differences and discussed how they would support each other through their community leadership journeys including being curious about issues and each other, keeping an open mind, and creating space for different ideas and opinions.
One class member commented, “What an amazing experience the last couple of days were… it was what I was hoping that it would be and then some! I feel like I just gained 40+ new friends and community partners in a journey that will be life changing. I am truly looking forward to next 10 months together.”
Throughout the 10-month program, the Class of 2024 will participate in educational and interactive sessions to learn more about how Baltimore County works, meet its leaders, understand the community’s challenges and opportunities and how to affect positive change in the region. In addition, each member of the class participates in a 360° leadership assessment and one-on-one executive coaching sessions to gain insight into their own leadership competencies so that they may be even more effective in their work in the community.
“As Leadership Baltimore County celebrates its 40th anniversary, we are so pleased to welcome this phenomenal and passionate group of leaders. I can’t wait to witness the transformation they will experience and the impact they will have in their workplace and in our community.” – Amanda Zinn, President and CEO.
LBC Class of ’24 by Mary Kay Page
Design by Mary Kay Page