CHARLESTON, W.Va. –Fifty-seven leaders from across the state have accepted invitations to participate in the 2019 Class of Leadership West Virginia. Candidates were selected from a list of applicants submitted in late 2018.
Shentel Foundation Commits $50,000 to Leadership West Virginia
Five-year commitment will support scholarships, events and other program activities
(Charleston, W.Va.) – The Shentel Foundation, a part of Shenandoah Telecommunications Company (“Shentel”) (NASDAQ: SHEN) and based in Edinburg, Va., today announced a $50,000 commitment to Leadership West Virginia (LWV) over the next five years, deeming it the first Diamond Sponsor of the program in 2019.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 9, 2018 LEADERSHIP WEST VIRGINIA 2018 CLASS UNVEILS SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN AIMED UNITING WEST VIRGINIANS AROUND A COMMON THEME – #CHOOSEWV Charleston, WV – Leadership West Virginia’s Class of 2018 has kicked off a campaign, #ChooseWV, which is aimed at uniting West Virginians at home and across the country around a common…
Roberta “Robbie” Baylor (Class of 2017) was presented with the Local Leadership Award at the 2018 West Virginia Brownfields Conference held at the Charleston Civic Center September 5-7.
The Leadership West Virginia Annual Giving Campaign is almost over! Thank you to the givers who have already contributed this year. We have less than $5,000 left to raise to reach our goal. We ask each alumnus to consider giving in any amount. Your contribution is tax deductible.
Call for Applications: Leadership West Virginia Class of 2019
Are you an experienced leader in your industry or community and looking for opportunities to make a statewide impact or expand your professional network? Are you passionate about West Virginia issues and looking to strengthen your leadership skills? Leadership West Virginia is made for you!
Every class strives to be the BEST CLASS EVER and it’s time again for some friendly competition. Between now and the end of 2018, your class can earn points to win the title which will be announced prior to the 2019 State of the State Reception.
Mark Barnes (Class of 2012) is currently serving as vice-chairman of the board of the Harrison County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. He is also chairing their Centennial Committee, which is a planning and organizing committee to celebrate the Harrison County Chamber’s 100 years of service next year – 2019!
Fifty-seven leaders from across the state have accepted invitations to participate in the 2018 Class of Leadership West Virginia. Candidates were selected from a pool of applicants submitted in late 2017. Welcome incoming class members: Elizabeth Amandus, Jackson Kelly PLLC (Charleston) Craig Baker, The Thrasher Group (Bridgeport) Bill Bissett, Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce (Huntington)…
Every class strives to be the BEST CLASS EVER and it’s time again for some friendly competition. Between now and the end of 2017, your class can earn points to win the title which will be announced during the 2018 State of the State Reception. The first thing you can do to gain points for…