Announcing the Class of 2018

By Colleen Rice | May 25, 2017

Leadership Medina County, a premier community leadership program whose mission is to “build and maintain a county wide network of talented, responsible, and dynamic leaders,” announces the Class of 2018. The new cohort of 40 women and men from across Medina County will participate in an intensive 9-month program. These individuals were selected through a highly…

May 2017 Newsletter

By Colleen Rice | May 5, 2017

  Applications are Open It’s time to apply for all three programs! Click on a program below to learn more or to apply. Signature Application Emerging Leaders Application Junior Leadership Application Upcoming Events Graduation May 17, 2017, 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Weymouth Grand Ballroom Join Leadership Medina County as we graduate the 26th class,…

Are You Color Blind?

By Carrie Park | May 5, 2017

Last month, as part of its Community Education series, Leadership Medina County invited people to come together and discuss the issue of race. The Title: Are you Color Blind? A Conversation on Race in Medina County. The presentation was facilitated by Dr. Tameka Taylor of Compass Consulting Services. Race? Were they crazy? Could you get…

Water, Water, Everywhere…

By Carrie Park | May 5, 2017

“I’m going to email you tons of sludge.” Amy Lyon-Galvin is wonderful that way. Shortly after our discussion, she made good on her promise and sent me the statistic for the amount of sludge the Liverpool Waste Water Treatment Plant produces: 2,000 tons of Class A dry sludge per year approved for land application to…

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