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2020 Leadership Academy

***Deadline Extended - Apply Now | Email application and supporting materials must be received by 5PM on February 28, 2020***

The LeadingAge DC, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia Leadership Academy is a year-long leadership program designed to enhance the leadership skills of nonprofit aging services leaders in the DC, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia region. During the year, fellows are guided through graduate level curriculum, which examines the traits of successful leaders, develops leadership competencies, and expands knowledge in the field of aging services while establishing strong bonds with peers from other LeadingAge members. The DC, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia Academy is modeled after the highly successful LeadingAge National Leadership Academy.

Learn More and Apply here.

If you have any questions, please contact Melissa Andrews, President & CEO, LeadingAge Virginia.

Previous Sessions

The LeadingAge DC, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia Leadership Academy hosted its first session February 23-24, 2018 at Collington in Mitchellville, Maryland! The class of 18 spent two days being guided by facilitator DeAnn Akins and coaches Libby Bush, COO, Ingleside, Sue DaCamara, COO, Asbury Communities, and Steve Nash, CEO, Stoddard Baptist Home Foundation. The fellows had the opportunity to connect monthly via conference call with their coaches. 


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