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Board president finishes civics training

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Clintondale Schools' board president Beverly Lewis-Moss was among 40 individuals who recently finished Leadership Macomb’s 10-month program.

“It’s an organization where all the movers and shakers meet in Macomb County,” Lewis-Moss proudly said.

Leadership Macomb (LM) provides unique learning experiences and collaborative engagements to those that work, live and/or do business in Macomb County. Over 1,300 individuals have participated in the 10-month program to strengthen personal connections, interact with peers and subject-matter experts, and enjoy an educational and rare backstage pass to Macomb County. 
 

A plaque with Beverly Lewis-Moss' name on it.

Last September, the organization welcomed 40 new participants to Class XXIV.

Founded in 1996, Leadership Macomb is a 501(c)(3) organization that educates area leaders about the people, systems and organizations that support and sustain our community.  It inspires its graduates to be engaged in civic leadership as a way of strengthening organizational and community relationships. Since its founding, more than 1,300 individuals have participated, representing more than 150 organizations.

Each year, the program accepts 45-50 individuals from a variety of private and public organizations. The program hosts 11 full-day sessions between September and May where participants learn about important community systems including health, law, education, and government through guest speakers, visiting places of interest and engaging in interactive exercises.