Signature Program

Subsidiarity

If you asked Adam Friedrick why local goverment works so well, he would say it is because of subsidiarity – local governement handles issues at the lowest level. The Class of 2019 explored the workings of local government and safety forces and the impact it makes in Medina County. “I appreciated Commissioner Frederick’s lecture this…

Read More

Devoted to History

Every Signature Leadership class begins the year with Medina County History. It’s a time to celebrate the workers who devote themselves to sharing many community stories and bringing them to life. It’s a time to raise awareness in our leaders about the life of early settlers in Medina County and the people who had the tenacity…

Read More

Annette Wissel named 1,000th

Leadership Medina County now has over 1,000 participants! Congratulations to Annette Wissel, Class of 2019, Medina County Career Center , Executive Administrative Assistant who was selected at the Opening Retreat as the 1,000th partcipant!

Read More

Signature Class Selects Four Projects

Thanks to a team of alumni and community volunteers, the following diverse projects were presented to the Signture Class during the Opening Retreat. Interested in helping or have an idea for the future? Contact signature@leadershipmedinacounty.org to get involved. Plastic Pollution Description: According to a 2017 National Geographic, 91% of plastic isn’t recycled and recycling in…

Read More

Announcing the Signature Class of 2019

The Leadership Medina County Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the Signature Class of 2019, the 28th class. Share your congratulations below or on social media using #leadmc19. Carey Bates, Medina County Board of Developmental Disabilities, Director of Business Kristopher Conwill, Redwood Living, Inc., Co-President Ruth Crane, Ears To You, Executive Director & Founder…

Read More

Graduation or Bust!

Two class days down and graduation to go. Put on your seatbelt, because the Self-Driven Class found a lot to celebrate during Environment and Quality of Life Day and State Government Day. From architecture to art, from recycling to land conservancy, and from lobbying to the legislature they learned collaboration makes a difference in Medina…

Read More

Agriculture Takes Center Stage

On one of the iciest mornings of the year, Leadership Medina County’s Class of 2018 made a trip to Medina County farms on National Agriculture day, Wednesday, March 21, 2018. Leadership Medina County is one of only a few leadership programs throughout the state that offers an Agriculture Day experience. Beth Kereszturi of Proximity Marketing…

Read More

The Journey Through Education Has Become More Relevant

Leadership Medina County ventured back to school this week. We journeyed to Buckeye and the Medina County Career Center. We heard from school officials about the need to educate students about what really matters. What does really matter? What’s relevant to this generation of learners? Teaching resiliency helps students withstand adversity. That’s what really matters.…

Read More