890 S. Palafox St.
Pensacola, FL 32502
Caitlin Okrzesik, Leadership Pensacola Program Specialist
To identify, foster and inspire current and emerging leaders to improve and enhance their community.
The purpose of Leadership Pensacola (LeaP) is to prepare participants to work effectively within this community and Northwest Florida and to make a contribution to the decision-making process of the public and private institutions by exploring the issues facing the Pensacola Bay Area. Additionally, LeaP provides dynamic training opportunities for individuals in community leadership, prepares participants for community involvement, and instills a sense of responsibility to the community.
Target Audience: Young Professional
Average Size: 40 - 50
Tuition: $1500 - $2000
Leadership Pensacola (LeaP), a program of the Pensacola Chamber Foundation, aims to develop community-minded leaders during its 10-month-long program. LeaP is designed to help participants acquire an understanding of the issues facing the Pensacola area and to gain the leadership skills necessary to resolve them. Candidates sought come from a cross-section of the community – men and women from different political, career, educational, social and cultural backgrounds.
Participants accepted into LeaP are involved in a balanced combination of retreats, day-long seminars and community projects. The program is refined annually by a committed group of LeaP alumni. Area decision-makers offer their time and expertise while tours and interactive exercises are built into each day.
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