Maine Association of School Nurses

Leadership Maine Program

Posted over 5 years ago by Patricia Endsley

A TERRIFIC OPPORTUNITY ....forwarding for your consideration.


You are invited to a Leadership Maine briefing in your area to learn more about MDF's unique State-wide experiential leadership program.  Each briefing is an opportunity not only to learn about the program from alumni in your area, but also to meet local leaders who are interested, like you, in having a broader impact in Maine.

Leadership Maine celebrated our 20th anniversary in 2013, graduating over 830 leaders in that time.  Our alumni play an active role in creating their vision for Maine's future, taking action in their own communities, or statewide, to move Maine forward.

The program is a year-long journey, in which leaders:

Travel across Maine to explore its diverse regions, its assets, its economy, its challenges, and its people;Develop lasting relationships with a diverse network of business, community, government and educational leaders;Better understand their personal leadership strengths and how to have an impact in the areas most important to them.

We invite you to attend one of the briefings below to learn more.  To register for a briefing, click here.

Wednesday, February 12 – Breakfast Briefing in Bethel, hosted by Bethel Chamber of CommerceWednesday, February 26 – Breakfast Briefing in Camden, hosted by Camden National BankWednesday, March 5 – Breakfast Briefing in Portland, hosted by MEMICFriday, March 7 – Breakfast Briefing in Orono, hosted by the University of Maine's Innovative Media Research and Commercialization CenterWednesday, March 12 – Lunch Briefing in Cherryfield, hosted by Washington County Leadership Institute at The EdGE Maine SeacoastWednesday, March 19 – Lunch Briefing in Augusta, hosted by Bangor Savings BankTuesday, March 25 – Breakfast Briefing in Sanford, hosted by WascoWednesday, March 26 – Breakfast Briefing in Presque Isle, hosted by Northern Maine Community College

Pre-registration is required for these briefings and there is no charge to attend (except the February 12 briefing in Bethel, which is $10).  Registration confirmation and directions will be emailed to you approximately one week prior to the briefing.

You may also catch Cheryl Miller at the Nonprofit Leadership Conference, hosted by the Maine Association of Nonprofits on Friday, March 14, at Colby College in Waterville.  Those in Bangor can catch me at the "Laugh-In" fundraiser hosted by the Bangor Regional Leadership Institute on Saturday, March 8.  Registration to attend these events is available on the host's websites.

If you have attended a briefing in the past and are ready to apply, please complete the application:
Join our community of leaders who are thinking critically about what's next for our organizations, our neighborhoods and our economy.  Join the leaders who are making a meaningful impact on the wellbeing of the people in our state.  Join Leadership Maine and help us move Maine forward.

Best regards,


Carol Taylor, PHR | Program Director

Maine Development Foundation | 295 Water St., Ste. 5 Augusta | ME 04330Direct: 207-626-3124 | F: 207-622-6346 |

My best,  Sue

Sue Mackey Andrews


Maine Resilience Building Network


Solutions Consulting Group, LLC

3 Shore Road North Dover-Foxcroft, Maine 04426

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