Lead­ers gain self-aware­ness, knowl­edge and lead­er­ship skills

The Phoenix - - COMMUNITY - — Submitted by Kirstyn Veneziale

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.

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