2017 Greater Philadelphia Leadership Exchange

Posted by Economy League of Greater Philadelphia on April 24, 2017

Apply to the 2017 Leadership Exchange
October 12-13 | Philadelphia

APPLY NOW (applications available through May 16)

An initiative of the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia, the Leadership Exchange provides a unique opportunity for participants to build connections with fellow business, civic, and governmental leaders and to develop a deeper understanding of the region. Now in its 12th year, the program has a strong track record of exposing participants to new insights and ideas; forging connections across sectors and industries; and strengthening a community of leaders who are shaping Greater Philadelphia’s future.

Who should participate?
Participation in the Leadership Exchange is a competitive process with a goal of representing the geographic, demographic, sector, and industry diversity in the region. To be eligible, applicants must live and/or work in the Philadelphia region and serve in a leadership role in a business, nonprofit, or government organization.

When is it?
October 12-13 at the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia.

What is on the program agenda?
This year’s theme is New Models for Addressing New Challenges. We’ll hear from forward-looking local and national leaders in media, philanthropy, business, and government who are coming up with novel approaches to stay competitive amidst evolving pressures. Click here for more details.

How do I apply?
A brief application is available at http://economyleague.org/apply through May 16. Fees for 2017 are $650 for organizations with annual revenues under $10 million and all government agencies and $925 for organizations with annual revenues over $10 million.



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