Leadership Frederick County (LFC)
Nominate yourself or a fellow graduate for the 3rd annual Kitty Reed Outstanding Leadership Award: Click here to download the PDF nomination form.
LFC Alumni Association: Join or renew your membership for 2013! Click here to register online, or download the membership application (DOC or PDF).
What's new with LFC grads? Check out our bi-monthly LFC email archives or connect with us online!
Congratulations to the Class of 2013!
Click here for the Frederick News-Post event coverage.
Photo by Garth Phoebus Photography.
The Chamber of Commerce of Frederick County created Leadership Frederick County (LFC) in 1988 to seek out and prepare leaders for positions of community and public service. Its purpose is to:
- Enhance the development of community leadership by offering participants from diverse backgrounds an expanded knowledge of the problems, opportunities, and issues facing Frederick County
- Provide opportunities to increase knowledge and skills in community leadership
- Provide increased contacts and broader communications networks
- Provide greater access and participation in addressing community needs
Each year, up to 40 individuals are selected to participate in a nine-month Leadership Frederick County class that explores high-priority and emerging local issues, as well as elements of community leadership. Alumni have a tradition of providing leadership to Frederick County's civic, business and governmental organizations. Graduates of Leadership Frederick County have been elected and appointed to public office. Others have donated time and skills to Frederick County's civic, cultural, neighborhood and human service organizations.
Leadership Frederick County is possible thanks to support from generous sponsors such as:
Gold sponsors: Frederick County Bank, State Farm Insurance
Silver sponsors: SAIC-Frederick
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For more information about LFC, contact Paul Frey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301.662.5150.