The objective of Leadership is reflected in these goals:
• To develop awareness of the Washington County/Hillsboro area- its challenges and opportunities
• To form a network of informed, concerned citizens who can help guide the future growth of our community
• To strengthen leadership abilities by interacting with and learning from other leaders.
• To educate and motivate leaders to greater involvement in the community
Last year's graduates of the Leadership program are responsible for the development of this year's programs including subject matter, speakers and logistics. The Leadership Advisory Council provides guidelines, meets with the Program Director and assists with the development of the program.
The Leadership program is designed to put the participants in contact with numerous leaders; to build an increasing awareness of the functioning of the community, and instill a heightened personal commitment to become involved.
We recognize the strength of our Leadership program is in it's supporters. They have been very generous to us- sharing their staff, facilities, speakers, in some cases providing transportation and in all cases, participants in the program. Because of their positive attitude we have grown in all ways, becoming a successful, rewarding and exciting part of Washington County.
Leadership Hillsboro Advisory Council
Bryan Welsh, Chair, Moments in Time Photography
Aron Carleson, Hillsboro Schools Foundation
Beth Graser, Communications Director, Hillsboro School District
Gayle Darr, Leadership Founder/Director 1983-86
Henry Reimann, Hillsboro Police Department
Jeff Schilling, Tuality Healthcare
Karla Antonini, City of Hillsboro
Michael Moloney, Advanced Technology Group
Michelle Morrison, Hillsboro School District 15
Nathan Grimes, Port of Portland
Pete Moseler, Washington County Sheriff's Dept
Tanya Woodson, City of Hillsboro
Julie Ames, Hillsboro Chamber, Director, Leadership Hillsboro
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