SPRING ALUMNI BREAKFAST May 21 7:45am – 9:45am, The Hampton Inn, Natick. “Framing Future Technology: what will it mean for you, your business and your community?” with Tasker Smith, MIT Technology Instructor, and State Rep Jay Kaufman, will include a 3-D printer demonstration. Alumni:$20. Bring a prospective 2015 Academy candidate for free! Watch for your email invitation to register.
More than 40 alumni gathered for a complimentary evening meet-up on April 16 at Fountain Street Fine Art gallery in Framingham to enjoy wine, hors d’ouvres and art while connecting with old and new friends. Thank you to alumni sponsor Lynne Damianos of Damianos Photography.
LMW is a respected nonprofit community leadership development organization serving the region for 28 years. Our goal is to encourage and empower participants and alumni of our signature program, the Leadership Academy, to be more effective community and business leaders and to embrace cross-sector collaboration.
Our mission is to build and inspire a network of engaged and collaborative leaders who move the region forward.
Leadership MetroWest Executive Director, Helen Lemoine, received the Community Partnership award from Employment Options at the organization’s annual dinner in Marlborough. The award was presented for exemplary leadership in facilitating partnerships to build a cohesive community that serves as a model for collaboration; and for helping to further the Employment Options mission.