BRAC announces Baton Rouge Area Leadership class of 2013
BRAC this morning released the names of 36 local professionals who have been selected to participate in its Baton Rouge Area Leadership class of 2013. The program includes nine months of classes, events and training—complete with a weekend retreat in August to kick things off and a graduation ceremony in June—to prepare participants for leadership positions in the community. Running from September through April, the program's regular classes devote an entire day each month to lectures, discussions, field trips and practical exercises pertinent to community issues. Those selected for the program have "demonstrated leadership ability through career or community achievements, concern for the future of the Baton Rouge area, and commitment to the program," BRAC says. Mary Beth Chevalier will lead the program this year. Since being launched in 1985, the program has graduated more than 700. Check out the full list of people selected for this year's class here.
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