LGLRLeadership Greater Little Rock (Arkansas)
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She has become an important part of my life and I will always remember our time together in service to LGLR.
This program has had an immeasurable effect on my life and I will always cherish the relationships I have made through LGLR.
I have shared with many that I became involved with LGLR because Leila Alston (Class XL Baptist Health, Former Chairman) told me I had to.
Well, thanks to the LGLR Board of Trustees, LGLR Alumni Association Board of Directors, and Executive Director Judy Knod, those Thursdays have been filled for the last two years.
One thing that is special about LGLR is that many of our guest presenters feel free to speak candidly about topics that they otherwise might not discuss openly.
LGLR was designed to identify local leaders and potential leaders, and to motivate them to do what needs to be done to maintain a healthy and viable community.
The LGLR has an active alumni association with about 600 members.
LGLR is a unique human experiment, bringing people together from all walks of life -- people whom you probably would not otherwise meet, and developing common bonds of friendship.
LGLR gives people from all walks of life an opportunity to learn about the important things that impact our community and the lives of our families.
While the sessions are great and the networking opportunities are the best around, the best things about LGLR to me were the relationships I developed with my classmates.
LGLR is like many other organizations; you get out of it what you put into it.
Congratulations Class XV, and thanks, LGLR, for giving me the opportunity to spend three years with the best group of people in Little Rock.