We invite you to attend one of our events – an Unconvention, an Alumni Network event, an event associated with the Emerging Leaders Governance Program or a Networking event. Most of our events are held at Southcare Inc, in Manning.
Most of our events are “open events” for academic, business, government and community leaders as well as Young Leaders with an interest in Community governance and leadership. Community Partners and ELGP Alumni and Participants have free access to events. Become a member of this website (right column) to get notice of our events direct to your inbox. See our Resource Toolkit for videos from our Unconvention events.
Alternatively if you are interested in sponsoring an event; or being a speaker at any one of our events, please email Alicia Curtis firstname.lastname@example.org
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