EVANSVILLE, Ind., September 15, 2016 — Leadership Evansville (LE) is proud of the nine Community Leadership Progrmam alumni named in this year’s 20 Under 40. The organization offers its congratulations to Kortney Blaylock, David Bowler, Anna Hargis, Holly Edmond, John Raisor, Ryan Reynolds, Matt Theby, Otha Warren, and Shawn Norris. Leadership Evansville is proud of the number of LE alumni nominated, as well as all of the individuals who received this special designation.

Leadership Evansville’s Chief Executive Officer, Lynn Miller Pease, was pleased so many alumni had received the distinction: “I am tremendously proud of our alumni Leadership Evansville are part of the 20 Under 40. They are all true servant leaders, continually turning visions into incredible projects and create long-term strategies to make our community the best it can be. We are extremely proud of all of our alumni and a special congratulations to our alumni named in the 20 Under 40.”

The Community Leadership Program

Servant leadership is ideology upon which Leadership Evansville was built. Each program offered by staff is specifically designed to develop the servant leader that lies within each of the participants. Offering varying structures of the Community Leadership Program, Leadership Evansville wishes to help each person find inner servant leadership potential. With the guidance of staff and the retrospective insight from class members, individuals will partake in an immersive experience.

About Leadership Evansville

Leadership Evansville was founded in 1976 by a group of future-thinking local leaders, whose original commitment to community-wide betterment remains unique and strong. Leadership Evansville brings together people with different talents, gifts and perspectives and transforms these individuals into leaders who embrace the concept of community trusteeship and the collaborative process. They help develop in them an understanding of how today’s leaders function and teaches them the skills to apply this knowledge in provided real life opportunities through practice and performance. These attitudes, skills and processes are taught to adults, youth, organizations, not-for-profits, businesses, educational institutions, neighborhood associations, churches and other leadership programs.

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