The Greater Jackson Chamber is now accepting nominations for Leadership Jackson 2023 class. This adult leadership program is aimed at empowering business professionals to gain a comprehensive understanding of the Jackson-Madison County community and its opportunities and challenges.
Leadership Jackson offers an immersive three-month program that allows participants to explore Jackson, engage with influential leaders and take part in weekly sessions delving into critical topics affecting Jackson-Madison County.
Starting June 1, applicants can fill out a nomination form online at LeadershipJackson.com or at the following link, 2023 Leadership Jackson Nomination form. Applicants must be a Greater Jackson Chamber member, and a leader in their company or organization should nominate them. They can nominate themselves if they are the primary decision maker. Due to class size, members must limit their nominations to one per chamber member.
The 2023 class will be led by Leadership Jackson Chair Margaret Livingston, University School of Jackson and Vice Chair Kris Kelley, JACOA.
The comprehensive curriculum of Leadership Jackson covers a diverse range of topics throughout the weekly sessions, while also incorporating a focus on leadership skill-building. Notable leaders from key sectors including health care, criminal justice, economic development, livability, education and government will provide valuable insights by presenting an overview of the present state, challenges, and future vision of their respective fields. This collective knowledge equips participants with a broad understanding of the inner workings of Jackson-Madison County, fostering a big-picture perspective.
For more information about Leadership Jackson or to see the program schedule for the 2023 class, visit LeadershipJackson.com or contact Lauren Saliba, director of leadership development at firstname.lastname@example.org.