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    County Leadership Institute

    The 18th Annual County Leadership Institute (CLI) will be held in Washington, D.C. in June 2021. More information will be available soon. Nominations are currently closed.

    CLI is a rigorous four-day program offered by NACo that enhances the capability of county officials to identify and implement innovative solutions to complex challenges facing county government. Attendees learn how to effectively address the demands of personal leadership in a new era of government. This era is characterized as a “permanent crisis” by CLI Program Developer and Cambridge Leadership co-founder Marty Linsky.

    2019 County Leadership Institute Participants

    Hon. Barry Anderson
    Supervisor
    Clay County, Iowa

    Hon. Kevin Austin
    Commissioner
    Yadkin County, N.C.

    Hon. Jason Carini
    Treasurer
    Rogers County, Okla.

    Stephan Currie
    Executive Director
    Michigan Association of Counties

    Hon. Lena Fowler
    Supervisor
    Coconino County, Ariz.

    Hon. Natalie Hall
    Commissioner
    Fulton County, Ga.

    Hon. Josh Lang
    Commissioner
    Bedford County, Pa.

    Hon. Bevan Lister
    Commissioner
    Lincoln County, Nev.

    Hon. Craig Pedersen
    Supervisor
    Kings County, Calif.

    Hon. Robyn Pouquette
    Recorder
    Yuma County, Ariz.

    Hon. Ron Wesen
    Commissioner
    Skagit County, Wash.

    Hon. Tom Whiston
    Commissioner
    Morrow County, Ohio

    Hon. Melissa Cribbins
    Commissioner
    Coos County, Ore.

    Joy Esparsen
    Government Affairs Director
    New Mexico Counties

    Hon. Marion Greene
    Commissioner
    Hennepin County, Minn.

    Staci M. Hoffman
    Register of Deeds
    Jefferson County, Wis.

    Graham Knaus
    Executive Director
    California State Association of Counties

    Hon. Doug Martens
    Commissioner
    Rosebud County, Mont.

    Hon. Rich Sve
    Commissioner
    Lake County, Minn.

     

    The County Leadership Institute is a multi-day program hosted in Washington, D.C. by NACo and Cambridge Leadership Associates. CLI strives to build upon the leadership of elected and appointed county officials through thought-provoking education focused on the Adaptive Leadership Model.
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The 18th Annual County Leadership Institute (CLI) will be held in Washington, D.C. in June 2021. More information will be available soon. Nominations are currently closed.

CLI is a rigorous four-day program offered by NACo that enhances the capability of county officials to identify and implement innovative solutions to complex challenges facing county government. Attendees learn how to effectively address the demands of personal leadership in a new era of government. This era is characterized as a “permanent crisis” by CLI Program Developer and Cambridge Leadership co-founder Marty Linsky.

2019 County Leadership Institute Participants

Hon. Barry Anderson
Supervisor
Clay County, Iowa

Hon. Kevin Austin
Commissioner
Yadkin County, N.C.

Hon. Jason Carini
Treasurer
Rogers County, Okla.

Stephan Currie
Executive Director
Michigan Association of Counties

Hon. Lena Fowler
Supervisor
Coconino County, Ariz.

Hon. Natalie Hall
Commissioner
Fulton County, Ga.

Hon. Josh Lang
Commissioner
Bedford County, Pa.

Hon. Bevan Lister
Commissioner
Lincoln County, Nev.

Hon. Craig Pedersen
Supervisor
Kings County, Calif.

Hon. Robyn Pouquette
Recorder
Yuma County, Ariz.

Hon. Ron Wesen
Commissioner
Skagit County, Wash.

Hon. Tom Whiston
Commissioner
Morrow County, Ohio

Hon. Melissa Cribbins
Commissioner
Coos County, Ore.

Joy Esparsen
Government Affairs Director
New Mexico Counties

Hon. Marion Greene
Commissioner
Hennepin County, Minn.

Staci M. Hoffman
Register of Deeds
Jefferson County, Wis.

Graham Knaus
Executive Director
California State Association of Counties

Hon. Doug Martens
Commissioner
Rosebud County, Mont.

Hon. Rich Sve
Commissioner
Lake County, Minn.

 

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