When I took over as CEO in 2002, Leadership Howard County (LHC) was 17 years old. Its core mission was the same then as it is now — to be the critical force in preparing, inspiring, connecting and sustaining community leaders to make Howard County the best place to live, work and play.
Those who complete the Leadership Howard County (LHC) program often make deep and lasting connections with classmates. After they graduate, many seek to maintain those connections while strengthening and learning new ways to serve their community.
A Message From Dick Story Chair, 30th Anniversary Capital Campaign Leadership Howard County’s 30th anniversary has been a fantastic opportunity to celebrate all that has...
As a family wealth counselor, Doug Hostetler sees a common disconnect between the way business owners manage corporate wealth versus the way they manage family wealth.
“Before I went through Leadership Howard County (LHC), I thought I knew everything there was to know about the county,” said Kevin Kelehan. “I had already been involved in so many things.”
Every year, Leadership Howard County’s (LHC) members, from high school juniors to senior leaders, participate in community service. For Leadership Essentials and Leadership Premier members, the Community Impact Project (CIP) is a key component of their LHC experience.
The Leadership Howard County Annual Awards Dinner and Graduation in June is an opportunity to honor outstanding individuals in the community who have built a lasting legacy of community leadership.
Like the diverse individuals who complete the Leadership program each year, Leadership Howard County is an organization that continually challenges itself to be better.
Twenty-five young professionals from a wide variety of organizations compose the 2016 class of Leadership Essentials.
I am honored to be chair of the Leadership Howard County Board of Directors as we celebrate our 30th anniversary.