Category: LEAD

With the goal of making a substantive and measurable increase in the number of local women in the C-suite and community leadership positions, Advance is a LEAD San Diego program dedicated to elevating women through tailored coaching, mentorship and skill building. Our 2018 participants have only three more classes left until the program is complete. Each […]

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Each year, members of the Impact San Diego class are divided into Leadership Action Teams (LATs). Each LAT is matched with a local nonprofit agency that can benefit from its team members’ expertise and leadership to accomplish an individualized project. We launched Leadership Action Team projects in 2004 to provide Impact participants with an opportunity […]

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Dear Young Leaders, A few months ago, we sent out a survey to get your feedback on how we can improve the programming, events, and opportunities for San Diego Young Leaders’ members. We heard you loud and clear, and we’re actively working to bring more networking opportunities, more speakers, and more programs to you. As […]

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At the 16th Annual Visionary Awards on June 14, Chloe Gubbay was announced as the recipient of the 2018 Community Spotlight Award. Chloe, who founded the Teen Giving Club as a high school sophomore, is the youngest recipient of the Community Spotlight Award; she graduated from high school the day after the Visionary Awards. Chloe […]

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Members of San Diego Young Leaders (SDYL) – a group of 21 to 40-year-old professionals who are emerging leaders and share a commitment to community involvement and professional growth – are invited to the SDYL general membership meeting on Tuesday, July 17 at 5:00 pm at Riverwalk Golf Club. Immediately following the meeting, SDYL members […]

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On June 14, more than 700 business, community and civic leaders attended the 16th annual Visionary Awards, Southern California’s premier leadership recognition event. The evening’s honorees included Peter Seidler and Dan Shea, the Ronald Kendrick Memorial Award for Regional Collaboration; Blanca Uribe Diaz, the Charles Nathanson Memorial Award for Cross-Border Region Building; Jay Flatley, the […]

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The Impact San Diego Class of 2018 Graduation and Project Showcase will take place Thursday, June 7, from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. at Qualcomm’s Irwin M. Jacobs Hall. After an opportunity for networking, class participants will present their projects to benefit six local nonprofit organizations. In addition, one class member will be presented with the […]

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LEAD’s INFLUENCE program was attended by nearly 30 participants at the end of April. Host venues were Johnson & Johnson’s lab on Torrey Pines Mesa; the Downtown Central Library; The Old Globe; and CBRE’s new offices at UTC. Participants enjoyed a panel on life sciences, a tour of a Navy submarine at Naval Base Point […]

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The Advance program began its second year of seminars on Thursday, May 10 with a strong and diverse cohort of more than 40 participants. The session was facilitated by Robin Toft, President and CEO of Toft Executive Search, and a member of LEAD’s Executive Committee. Advance is specifically designed to empower and elevate women in […]

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LEAD’s Public Leadership Institute is a comprehensive training program for business people who are interested in either elected or appointed public office. In May, the class heard a presentation from Sarah Jarman from Councilmember Scott Sherman’s office on policy issues, particularly housing. They also enjoyed a presentation about cross-border issues by Chamber Vice President Paola […]

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