Leaders gain self-awareness, knowledge and leadership skills
The 2018 graduates of the Phoenixville Community Health Foundation’s Executive Leadership Institute included nine up-and-coming leaders of the non-profit community. They were recently recognized at Freedoms Foundation Valley Forge for their dedication. This years’ leadership program assisted the evolving leaders in understanding leadership principles and developing their own personal style of leadership.
Standing left to right: Brian Simard, director of development The Community Coalition; Melissa Shanaman, director of Stepping Stone Education Center; Colleen Gawlas, program director Mom’s House; Erica Klinedinst, executive director Activate Phoenixville Area.Seating left to right: Erin Slight, direct services supervisor Victim Services Center Montgomery County; Kristen McGee, executive director Ann’s Heart; Jane Moss, director of development People’s Light and Theatre; Melissa Threadgill, program director Phoenixville Area Community Services; Kelly Lynch, community education and volunteer manager Maternal and Child Health Consortium.