Hear former FBI special agent Frank Montoya address issues and challenges facing law enforcement in our state at the Richland Police Department on December 2 at noon.
Enjoy lunch with fellow alumni and guests while supporting the 2016 LTC program.
Please RSVP ($15 for alumni, $20 for all others; pay at the door).
Additional details and registration
Class XXII members are busy gaining practical experience and applied knowledge in leadership, project management, connecting with the right groups & leaders, interpersonal communication, the importance of diversity, and creative problem solving.
- Jeremy Asmus
- Frank Calapristi
- Steve Christensen
- Patrick Conrad
- Charity Cree
- Shayne Eyre
- Marilyn Foxall
- Cindy Fredrickson
- Tawni Gama
- Jennifer Harper
- Delina Hottell
- Caren Johnson
- Jeff Johnson
- Guy Jones
- Heather Lee
- Tyler MacDonald
- David Milne
- Victor Scarano
- Ben Sappington
- Anne Spillman
- Eileen Tanner
- Christopher Wagar
- Brent Williams
LTC Class XXI invites you to celebrate the unveiling of their class project at the Tri-Cities Union Gospel Mission Women’s and Children’s Center. Join us to see the renovations and learn more about the impact of homelessness in our community.
LTC Class XXI Graduation Tickets Available
Help us recognize the accomplishments and project of Class XXI while reminiscing with friends and former class members. Click here for more information and to purchase your tickets. Paid Lifetime LTC Alumni Association members, please check your inbox for the special promotion code. For more information contact Rick Redden.
LTC needs you back in the game!
Whether you have previously served in the past or never have since you graduated, if you could invest some time to pour back into LTC as it heads into its 22nd year, we know that you would be an asset to LTC’s future. Please consider self-nominating for one of our open positions that begin on July 1st. The investment is in the future leaders of our community.
Paul Casey, Class XXII President
Self Nomination Form LTC BOD CLASS XXI
This event is designed for potential applicants to learn more about the program, speak to past participants and Leadership Tri-Cities Board members about their experiences, and get guidance on the application process.
If you are interested in creating lasting networks, learning more about issues facing our region, developing leadership skills and giving back to our community we encourage you to attend.
LTC Class XXII Info Session
April 19, 2016 at 6:30 p.m.
Hampton Inn (486 Bradley Blvd., Richland)
Class XXI is underway. Click below to learn more about the class, activities and session days.
Leadership Tri-Cities has many benefits- but the value isn’t just for the class member.
Are you a leader or owner in your company and want to know what value LTC can mean to your employees? Our graduates gain practical experience and applied knowledge in leadership, project management, connecting with the right groups & leaders, interpersonal communication, the importance of diversity, and creative problem solving– and this doesn’t even include the benefit and value to the community and to the individual! All these benefits directly translate into every day work– and we’ve heard this over and over from our graduates.
Here’s what Tri-City Credit Union President (and Class XVIII alum) Doug Wadsworth said: “Leadership Tri-Cities was an outstanding experience, it both deepened and broadened my knowledge, awareness and connection with our entire community. This should be a “no-brainer” for all local professionals: jump on board!”