Leadership Sandoval County – Adult Program

 

 


1993 to 2015

Is open to any individual interested in personal and professional growth, community service and the development of leadership skills.

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Leadership  Sandoval County Class of 2016
APPLICATION for Class 2016
Click for fillable 2016 Fillable Application LSC

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION IS TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 2015

LEADERSHIP SESSION DAY SCHEDULE for Class of 2016
Opening overnight Retreat two days in September(10 & 11, 2015) with remaining session days held on the second (2nd) Wednesday of each month, October to June.
Hours are 7:30 am to 5:00 pm.

Additional activities are also required in between session days to complete the program for graduation.

Click here for Adult LSC 2015 -2016 Brochure

THANK YOU to our sponsor for LSC Class of  2015

 

 

 

 

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What is Leadership Sandoval County?

Leadership Sandoval is people committed to enhancing the quality of life in Sandoval County by improving their knowledge of the community and increasing their leadership effectiveness. Associates develop and refine their leadership skills through an intense, nine-month educational experience.

During the program year, these participants explore current challenges facing Sandoval County and learn how to become agents of change. Upon completion, these new members become a part of a network of graduates who keep in touch with each other as they serve on boards and committees across the county.

Our Mission

Leadership Sandoval is an educational program established to ensure a continuum of leadership throughout the county. It provides a multi-disciplinarian forum for exchanging ideas and strategies that will develop and engage leaders who work together to serve the good of Sandoval County. The program will bring together leaders from all sectors and integrate them directly into the arena of community affairs.

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CLASS OF 2014

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LSC Alumni Brochure listing
Click here for Leadership SC Alumni list brochure

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SPONSOR A SESSION DAY
Opportunity to get in front of the local business people in the class and create relationships for future business. Businesses who would like to sponsor a session day are invited to sign up. First come first served for choice of session day.
Leadership Sponsorship 2015 fillable form

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Leadership Sandoval County Class 2015 Session Days Schedule
September 4 & 5, 2014 – Retreat
October 8, 2014 – Energy
November 12, 2014- Government Municipal & County
December 10, 2014 – Diversity & Business Ethics
January 14, 2015- Leadership in Business
February 11, 2015 – Education
March 11, 2015 – Health, Human & Social Services
April 8, 2015 – New Mexico State Government
May 13, 2015 – Criminal Justice
June 10, 2015 – Sandoval County Tourism
June 26, 2015- LSC 2015 Graduation Ceremonies & Luncheon


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“As a participant in the 2013-14 leadership Sandoval County, I hope to convey my appreciation for the information and experiences I have had. Initially, I saw the agenda for each month and felt that these subjects were not applicable to me personally.  As I have experienced each presentation I was not only impressed with the speakers, but realized this is critical information that should be known by the entire community.  I appreciate the networking with other leaders and anticipate continued growth for Sandoval county and myself within it. I do believe in aiming True and remaining passionate for our society as a whole.  Thank you very much.”Robert C. Gallegos, Therapy Supervisor, Lovelace Westside Hospital, LSC Class of 2014

“Leadership Sandoval County is a great experience both professionally and personally.  It is an opportunity to learn about the many aspects of what makes a community including government, education, health and business.  The team projects are a great testimony of how a small group of individuals can make a significant impact for a community, and the friendships and network relationships built in Leadership will continue to be invaluable long after graduation.  I am so glad to have had the opportunity to be a part of something so dynamic and critical to the community. “Lisa Contreras, Audit Manager, PNM Resources, LSC Class of 2014

“The Leadership Sandoval County program went far beyond my expectations.  The classes were well thought out, provided pertinent information, and were well taught by leaders in our community.  In addition, the interaction with fellow business leaders in LSC really expanded my network both professionally and socially.  Our LSC community project was a great learning experience and allowed us to give back to the community.  LSC was a tremendous experience and I cannot stress enough how exceptional this program is.  Many kudos to the LSC staff for their hard work.    I highly recommend LSC! “Stephen Miceli, District Manager, Rio Rancho Landfill/Valencia Landfill, Waste Management, LSC Class of 2014

 “Leadership Sandoval County has provided me the opportunity I was looking for to become more connected within my county and community and to gain a better understanding of various aspects of our government and economics.  The speakers and presentations were well thought out, informative, interesting and entertaining.  The LSC program effectively condenses a wide range of information and topics, providing a unique opportunity for future and present leaders in the community to learn more about each other’s industries and specialties.”   Becky Torres, Esq., Lastrapes, Spangler & Pacheco, P.A., LSC Class of 2014

 “I have appreciated the Leadership Sandoval County experience. Learning about the challenges facing Sandoval County has helped inform me, as well as providing me with opportunities to make a positive difference. I appreciate the work of Debbi Moore and the leadership team, and it has been enjoyable building relationships with leaders from other business and private sectors.” Paul Martinez, Development Catalyst, Catalyst Church, LSC Class of 2014

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22nd Class 
Class of 2015
Leadership Sandoval County

Gina Belluso,
Clinic Manager
Lovelace Medical Group/Lovelace Westside Hospital

Antonio Corrales,
Risk Management & Audit Compliance
Sandoval County

Richard Estrada
Technical Operations Manager
Cable One

Bryan Farmer
Small Business Advisor
SBDC

Joanne Florez
Supply Chain Program Manager
Intel Corporation

Patrick Gomez
Project Manager
Presbyterian Healthcare Services

Mike Gorman
Treasury Officer
Sandia Laboratory FCU

John Haarlow
Director, Transmission & Dist Lines, Dist Engineer & Ops
PNM

Muncie Hansen
Executive Director
ReadWest

Cosmina Hays
Executive Director
Haven House Inc.

Michael Kenworthy (Honorary LSC alumni Class of 2015)
Executive Director of Information Technology
Rio Rancho Public Schools

 Lisa Chakos Knapp
Outreach Manager, Career Technical Education
Central NM Community College

Erin Johnson-Kruft
Program Coordinator CNM Workforce Training Center
Central NM Community College

Trista Lial
Branch Manager Rio Rancho
First Financial Credit Union

Chad McHargue
Service Manager
Don Chalmers Ford

Sarah Garcia-Moehn
Sr Human Resources Anyalst Deputy HR Director
Sandoval County

Lynette Schurdevin
Library Director
Rio Rancho Public Libraries

Kathy Steen
Chief Financial Officer
Pop-A-Lock

Lydia Romero-Sudler
Branch Manager/ VP
Century Bank

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LSC ALUMNI PIN available for $10
to past LSC graduates ONLY!
proceeds go to the Aaron Lundquist LSC Scholarship fund
Available for purchase at Chamber office or at Class of 2015 LSC Graduation on  June 26

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have any questions please call 505-999-1835