For 28 years, Leadership Alexandria has trained existing or emerging leaders. This nine-month program provides an opportunity for participants to develop leadership skills and learn more about the community that they are living and/or working in. The Chamber of Commerce is committed to building a stronger community, one leader at a time.
Applications are now open for the 2020-2021 class. Application deadline is August 5, 2020. Submit application and additional materials to Jess Ptacek at email@example.com or mail to 206 Broadway St., Alexandria. Call 320-763-3161 with questions.
Leadership Alexandria is sponsored by:
(back, left to right) Elizabeth Paul, Douglas County Historical Society; Kirsten Plath, Widseth; Ted Haar, Thrivent Financial; Derek Holt, Bell Bank; Lucas Mogenson, Coldwell Banker Crown Realtors; Brian Kakach, Alexandria Police Department; Mark Malingen, Glenwood State Bank; Lance Spychalla, ITW Heartland; (middle) Jamie DeBoer, Geneva Capital; Jillian Reiener, Hagstrom Engineering; Maggie Johnson, Horizon Public Health; Brooke Mess, Alomere Health, Brooke Hellerman, Pope Douglas Solid Waste Management; Lauren Johnson, Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce; Natalie Goodwin, Massage by Natalie; Lisa Heathman; Arrowwood Resort and Conference Center; (front) Jennifer Olson, Rainbow Rider; Katelyn Spangrud, The Law Firm of Swenson Lervick; Mariah Lysfjord, Studio C Salon; Amy Christopherson, Amy Christopherson - State Farm Insurance; KaLee Mohrman, Knute Nelson Hospice; Joel Seela, Alexandria Technical & Community College; Matt Stier, Alexandria Industries; Dave Gibbons, Copper Trail Brewing Co.; Not pictured: Mallory Arnold, Explore Alexandria Tourism.