The 51 graduates of the class of the 34rd Leadership Greater Little Rock program were feted June 21 at a luncheon at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Little Rock.
The class is made up of leaders from businesses, nonprofits and government who must apply and interview before being chosen to participate in the nine-month leadership program. The class is exposed to speakers, panelists, a retreat and tours and make group presentations.
The program is sponsored by the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce. The chamber's president and chief executive officer, Jay Chesshir, gave the invocation at the luncheon. Billy Roehrenbeck with Pulaski County Title, a graduate of this year's class, was the featured speaker.Gallery: Leadership Greater Little Rock luncheon
High Profile on 07/07/2019
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