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Leadership Greater Little Rock Class XXXI Responds In The Affirmative

by Jeff Hathaway 6/27/2016 12:00 am

Launched in 1985, Leadership Greater Little Rock has stood the test of time, earning the praise and appreciation of its participants, its sponsors, and the community it serves so well.

People Are The Compass That Guides Leadership Greater Little Rock

by Kelly Brown 6/27/2016 12:00 am

Our community offers tremendous opportunities to flex our leadership muscles, serve, and meet the needs of others. There is one program that sets itself apart from all others — Leadership Greater Little Rock (LGLR).

Be a Part of Leadership Greater Little Rock

by Judy Love 6/29/2015 12:00 am

Leaders are not born; they are developed. Unfortunately, many people do not realize this fact. We take for granted the future of our area by simply assuming that the appropriate leadership talent will emerge to guide us whenever we need it.

J.T. Ferstl: 'One In A Million' Individuals Give Leadership Greater Little Rock Class XXX Character

by J.T. Ferstl 6/29/2015 12:00 am

I can’t say enough about the Leadership Greater Little Rock program. It is an incredibly unique and gratifying experience. Our community is forever indebted to this program for exposing our current and future leaders to a myriad of viewpoints and perspectives and providing them with the necessary tools to effect positive change throughout this city and state.

Van Tilbury: Congratulations To Emerging Leaders As Program’s Mission Continues

by Van Tilbury 6/29/2015 12:00 am

In LGLR’s 30 years of connecting talented, community-oriented leaders and immersing them in a nine-month course of full-day sessions — including history, community, education, government and politics, criminal justice and public safety, healthcare, military, and economic development — the program has produced measurable positive results through its more than 1,400 graduates to date.

Karen Fetzer: No Challenge Too Big, No Job Too Small for LGLR Participants

by Karen Fetzer 6/23/2014 12:00 am

Leadership Greater Little Rock (LGLR) is a fantastic program where the best and brightest of our community come together with a common goal to learn and become better community servants. This could not be truer of the members of Class XXIX.

Gary Smith: A Great Idea Means Generations of Great Leaders for Greater Little Rock

by Gary Smith 6/23/2014 12:00 am

Leadership Greater Little Rock is one of the best ideas ever implemented by the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce. It fills so many roles for our community and its business.

Gary Parrish & Karen Fetzer: The Incredibles - Connected, Compassionate Class XXVIII

by Gary Parrish and Karen Fetzer 6/24/2013 12:00 am

Class XXVIII can be characterized as compassionate and connected with each other and the community. We are proud to say there are 50 dedicated, community-educated, passionate individuals who are ready to demonstrate their leadership in action.

J French Hill: Leadership Classes Have Tradition Of Active Engagement

by J. French Hill 6/24/2013 12:00 am

For almost three decades, Leadership Greater Little Rock has graduated the cream of the crop in our city. The alumni of this program have gone on to inspire citizens in our metropolitan area as well as people across the globe.

Tijuana Byrd: Spicy Mix of Styles Define Leadership Greater Little Rock Class XXVII.

by Tjuana C. Byrd 7/2/2012 12:00 am

Leadership is organizing a group of people to achieve a common goal. LGLR does just that in order to expose every participant to all that the Little Rock region has to offer, as well as the challenges facing the community and the opportunities to lead. Every person participating brings something unique to the experience, and in the case of the members of Class XXVII, it’s certainly not shyness.

Martin M. Rhodes: Time Flies, When You’re Having Fun Leading

by Martin M. Rhodes 7/2/2012 12:00 am

Leadership Greater Little Rock is governed by a 19-member Board of Trustees and has graduated over 1,300 alumni. Then as now, members of my class forged lasting friendships that continue today. We soaked up everything we could learn from a stellar list of community leaders who inspired us with a simple truth – no one needs permission to be a leader. Not only were we encouraged, but we were challenged to dive into service, to learn everything we could about our community, and to get busy making it better.

Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce Sees Capital Assets as Bragging Rights

by Martin M. Rhodes and Jay Chesshir 3/29/2012 12:00 am

The Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce is the principal, business-driven leadership organization responsible for fostering the economic growth and development of the Little Rock region to ensure that business and industry may operate profitably and enhance the earning opportunities and quality of life for every citizen.

Julia Strickland Leads Junior League Forces

by Amanda Hoelzeman 7/1/2010 12:00 am

Junior League of Little Rock president Julia Strickland steers volunteers toward leadership and social change.