The Greene County Partnership had introduced the 21 members of its 2020-21 Leadership Greene County Class.
The Partnership initiated the Leadership Greene County program in 1995.
Now in its 26th year, the local program has joined those in communities
across the state to provide an opportunity for residents to increase
leadership resources in their communities, a news release said.
Members of each class are recommended by their employers, civic
organizations and former alumni, with their selection determined by
their commitment to community-based issues. Once selected, class
participants make a commitment to the program and are educated on the
different aspects of the community. Coursework includes coverage of such
areas as heritage, social services, education, government, religion,
environment, health care, economic development and agriculture.
The need for building and expanding leadership programs is on the rise
in order to continue the growth of the community. The Leadership Greene
County Program strives to motivate participants to use their leadership
abilities in facing challenges within the community.
Dr. Fait's Bio Includes:
- Dean of College of Business & Executive Director of the Center for Civic Advancement, Tusculum Universit
- Medford Area Senior High School, Medford, WI, 200
- Bachelor of Science in Business
Administration Accounting; Master Business Administration in
International Business, Duquesne University; Doctor of Philosophy Organizational Leadership, Gannon University, 2014
- Honors/Awards: 2019 Tri-Cities 40 under Fort
co-chair, Nettie McCormick Day; 2020 chair, Applied Business of
Entrepreneurship Association International; Dean over programs,
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance; Founder, Roff School Scholarship
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