Last Friday, the Southern California Leadership Network’s Leadership Southern California Class of 2020 graduated.
On Nov. 20, Southern California Leadership Network (SCLN) held their annual Visionaries Awards. SCLN annually presents awards to individuals who have demonstrated outstanding leadership achievement and celebrates those whose vision has inspired action, collaboration and positive outcomes.
On June 27, Southern California Leadership Network launched the Leadership Southern California Class of 2020 with an orientation and welcome mixer. The class represents companies such as SoCalGas, Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), Walmart, Pasadena Tournament of Roses, Kaiser Permanente, Los Angeles World Airports, Metro, Holliday Rock, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, American Red Cross of Greater Los Angeles, The California Endowment and more.
Southern California Leadership Network’s Leadership L.A. (LLA) Class of 2019 launched on March 14 with a two-day orientation.
Southern California Leadership Network (SCLN) held the annual Visionaries Awards on Nov. 29 at the Avalon Hollywood for what was an inspiring afternoon, honoring five outstanding community leaders.
NextLA's Power Your Future Conference took place Oct. 26 at the Los Angeles Athletic Club, with more than 200 young professionals representing the diverse landscape of Greater Los Angeles.
Nancy Olson, vice president of the Chamber's Center for Leadership, was recently honored by the City Impact Lab as one of 18 Impact-Makers to Watch. The award is an annual distinction for local leaders who are doing foundational work to make a positive impact in L.A. with significant results. Honorees are designated by L.A. leaders, including the City Council and Board of Supervisors. Congratulations, Nancy!
The Chamber's Southern California Leadership Network celebrated their 30th anniversary at the 2017 Visionaries Awards held at the Theater at Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. Thirty of the leadership organization's most outstanding alumni were honored at the event, including Rep. Pete Aguilar, Former Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration Maria Contreras-Sweet, L.A. County Sheriff Jim McDonnell, and L.A. County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas. The event featured first-hand stories of leadership by award recipients, a performance by Vignes Rooftop Revival and Low Leaf and the Ascendance, interactive poetry with Melrose Poetry Bureau and Rent Poet, and networking with more than 350 leaders.
Presented by City National Bank, the Southern California Leadership Network hosted a reception and conversation with Los Angeles County Sheriff & SCLN Board Member Jim McDonnell.