VENICE, FL (April 5, 2022) – Gulf Coast Community Foundation is pleased to announce that applications for their highly anticipated 2022 Gulf Coast Leadership Institute are now open. Gulf Coast Leadership Institute is designed to identify and develop aspiring, emerging, and experienced leaders who reflect the diversity of our region. For the 2022 class, up to 25 people will be selected to participate in a hybrid program of leadership development sessions over a two-month period. Applications will close on Wednesday, April 20 and are available at www.GulfCoastCF.org/GCLI.
Led by faculty of the internationally acclaimed Leadership Development Institute at Eckerd College, the institute will provide leadership skills and resources necessary to positively impact the community. “Gulf Coast Leadership Institute gives our community’s current and future leaders an opportunity to harness their leadership skills,” said Mark Pritchett, President|CEO of Gulf Coast Community Foundation. “This high quality leadership development training provides a tremendous source of information for those individuals looking to take their leadership to the next level.”
Gulf Coast Community Foundation encourages people to apply for the unique Gulf Coast Leadership Institute which trains and connects aspiring, emerging, and experienced community leaders across the Gulf Coast region.
For more information, please visit www.GulfCoastCF.org/GCLI.
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About Gulf Coast Community Foundation
For more than 25 years, together with our donors, Gulf Coast Community Foundation has transformed our region through bold and proactive philanthropy. Gulf Coast is a public charity that was created in 1995 through the sale of the Venice Hospital. Since then, we have become the philanthropic home of over 950 families, individuals, businesses, and organizations that have established charitable funds here. Together, we have invested over $430 million in grants in the areas of health and human services, civic and economic development, education, arts and culture, and the environment. Learn more at GulfCoastCF.org.