Friday, May 27, 2016

Mosaic of Community Leadership Conference A Success

The graduating class included: Front Row [L to R] Bernadine Greenwood, Veronica Lukey, Theresa Hampshire, Natalie Rohlfs, Tara Frantz, Lorie Bricker, Renee Matsunami, Amy Hollinger, Heather Bailey, and Jessica Knupp. Back Row [L to R] Nikki Reese, Scott Barr, Leiann Stewart, Erin Cooper, Jordan McKenzie, Jeremy Morris, Mitchell Lee Fogle, Ann Sloan, Lorna Swisher (Facilitator), Alyson Craver Morris. Not Pictured: Bruce Metz
Over 75 regional leaders attended the Edison Foundation’s 13th annual Mosaic of Community Leadership conference on Wednesday, May 18 in the Robinson Theater of Edison State Community College’s Piqua campus.

The one–day conference featured Mr. Jerold Panas–a noteworthy author and founding partner of one of the nation’s most highly regarded firms in the field of campaign services and financial resource development.

The conference, which was made possible through the continued support and generosity of The Paul G. Duke Foundation, gave participants the opportunity to engage in lectures, network with area leaders, and enjoy lunch.

The Mosaic of Community Leadership conference is held each year in conclusion of the Academy for Community Leadership (the Academy) series which is designed to help individuals make a difference on their not-for-profit boards and in their communities.

Those who successfully completed the Academy series were presented with graduation certificates during the conference. Lorna Swisher, Executive Director of Mainstreet Piqua, served as the facilitator for this year’s Academy. The Edison Foundation, the Miami County Foundation, and the Troy Foundation made scholarships available for students to participate in the Academy.

To be added to next years Mosaic of Community Leadership conference mailing list, contact Julie Slattery by calling 937.778.7805 or emailing

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