Category: LEAD

San Diego Young Leaders (SDYL), a program for 21- to 40-year-old professionals, has announced their new board as well as their calendar for 2019. We thank City of San Diego Councilmember Vivian Moreno (’16) for serving as 2019 Honorary Chair of the SDYL Board. SDYL programs include a mix of professional development opportunities, with presentations from […]

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Education, community investment, the border, supporting female entrepreneurs and combating gang violence.  These are some of the issues important in San Diego, and it’s where six leaders are making a meaningful difference that will last for years. LEAD San Diego will honor those six individuals at its 17th Annual Visionary Awards, Southern California’s premier leadership […]

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LEAD San Diego has announced its six nonprofit partner agencies for 2019. Members of LEAD’s Impact San Diego Class of 2019 will form teams to gain hands-on experience by working with these organizations to accomplish vital projects that will benefit the agencies and our community. The six agencies and their projects are: A Reason to […]

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After their final half-day session on Wednesday, November 7th, the 40 members of the 2018 Advance class were joined by friends, family, mentors, and past program participants for a graduation ceremony and mixer at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Mission Valley. Chamber and LEAD President and CEO Jerry Sanders and LEAD Co-Chair Nikki Clay (84), […]

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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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