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Phoenix, Ariz. (July 2, 2018) – The ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation's Nonprofit Executive Leadership Certificate program welcomed 15 new alumni into its ranks in late June, as the latest cohort presented their Capstone Projects to complete the program.
The Executive Leadership Certificate (ELC), developed by the Center’s Nonprofit Management Institute, is designed to meet the professional needs of senior-level managers and emerging executives of nonprofit and public organizations. The curriculum is presented in a cohort format to enhance their human capacity for strategic results while addressing complex leadership challenges with character, integrity and distinction.
The new ELC graduates are:
Program facilitators are current and former CEOs and executive directors of nonprofit organizations with a vast amount of combined experience as change-making practitioners in the field. A variety of instructional methods are used to provide engaging, practice-oriented learning experiences that are focused on knowledge, skills and techniques that can immediately be implemented.
The six-month-long ELC program begins each year in mid-January. Applications are due on Jan. 4, 2019.