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Upcoming Events

May 5, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Board of Directors of the American Leadership Forum Tacoma/Pierce County Chapter cordially invite you to attend a special brunch to welcome Class XXIV as Senior Fellows. Please come celebrate with them and hear their stories about the
May 16, 2018 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Please join ALF Senior Fellows for a facilitated conversation about #Me Too: Systems of Sexual Harassment. Using Appreciative Inquiry, Board Member Julie Anderson will facilitate an in-depth conversation as we explore issues surrounding
June 7, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Board of Directors cordially invite you to attend a special evening to welcome and celebrate the Fellows of Class XXV. Come meet this wonderful group of community leaders at this lively reception and dinner for Class XXV Fellows and
June 21, 2018 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Come learn about what ALF is working on as we now have 525 Senior Fellows and make your voice heard as you elect new board members. Celebrate the kick off of the 25th Anniversary Celebration. No registation requested.

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The American Leadership Forum of Tacoma-Pierce County pursues its mission of "joining and strengthening a community of diverse leaders in Pierce County to better serve the public good" through various programs and activities.

The Fellows Program

Now in its 16th year, American Leadership Forum Tacoma-Pierce County's Fellows program is creating a strong regional network of key leaders across private, public and nonprofit sectors, as well as bridging ethnic, gender and geographic boundaries.

Characterized by its focus on the human capacity for collective intelligence and how people are in relationship to each other, the ALF program begins a process of uncovering the principles of a different kind of leadership. When people who represent high achievement in different spheres of influence come together to learn and think, their creative and problem-solving power as a group can lead to highly effective coordinated action.

Program graduates - called Senior Fellows - are empowered to serve as catalysts in their communities, bringing stakeholders from other sectors together to collaboratively address the most urgent public concerns. In ALF Founder Joseph Jaworski's words, Senior Fellows are thus able to "break legislative and bureaucratic gridlock and get things done."

 

 

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