Foundations of Leadership Day on September 7th starts off the program with the learning objectives:

- Understand leadership in this time and context

- Develop and understand leadership styles and differences

- Establish a foundation for effective teamwork and group learning

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We are grateful to Chevron for their sponsorship of our program at the Community Excellence level.

“Best Class Ever” Alumni Giving Contest Final Standings

The trophy goes to the Class of 2017, with 100% participation!  Thank you to everyone who donated.  Your support and engagement in the program are much appreciated! Class Donations % Participation 2017 31 100% 2013 20 69.0% 2016 16 51.6% 2015 11   39.3% 2011 2 7.4% 2014 1 4.8% 2005 1 4.3% 1996 1 4.2 ...

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Linda Oubre

Linda was appointed Dean of the College of Business at San Francisco State University in July 2012. Her goals for the College include expanding connections with the business community, attracting more ...

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Upcoming Events

Oct
5
Thu
8:00 am Leadership Retreat @ Amador Rancho Community Center/ Rancho San Ramon Park - Bella Vista Room
Leadership Retreat @ Amador Rancho Community Center/ Rancho San Ramon Park - Bella Vista Room
Oct 5 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
The retreat is an opportunity for class members to get to know one another on a more personal level and beyond the traditional boundaries of communication. Team building exercises focus on fundamental team development skills, empowerment, and the creation of synergy and trust among the class participants. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Day Chairs:  Henry Perezalonzo (lead), Kathy Chiverton, and Paige Meyer    
Oct
12
Thu
8:30 am LSRV Board Meeting @ ENGEO Large Conference Room
LSRV Board Meeting @ ENGEO Large Conference Room
Oct 12 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am
 
Nov
2
Thu
8:00 am Government Day @ San Ramon City Hall - EOC Room and Council Chambers
Government Day @ San Ramon City Hall - EOC Room and Council Chambers
Nov 2 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
This session presents an overview of local government and its relationship to other governmental bodies. Students receive first-hand experience in civic leadership by campaigning and running for public office in a mock city council election.  Opportunities are provided throughout the day to interact with current and former public office holders as well as public service administrators. One of the goals of the program, and this session, in particular, is to familiarize the class with methods of effecting change through the governmental process. Day Chairs:  Newell Arnerich (lead), Andy Li, Paige Meyer, and Dominique Yancey  
Nov
9
Thu
8:30 am LSRV Board Meeting @ ENGEO Large Conference Room
LSRV Board Meeting @ ENGEO Large Conference Room
Nov 9 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am
 

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Community Speakers

At each class, engaging speakers, panelists, and involved community members or officials, share thei ...

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