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|Leadership California During the Pandemic|
During unprecedented times like what we are facing today, strong leadership is more important than ever. Women leaders are making a difference right now all over the world on the front lines of healthcare, food and medical supply, government and other public service.
We at Leadership California applaud everyone leading us through this pandemic and are proud of the example that the women of the world and our home state have set during this very trying time.
As you know, Leadership California is focused on motivating and inspiring women to have the knowledge, confidence and connections necessary to act in ways that improve California’s future. With the shelter-in-place order, we are working to creatively shift our programming so that we can continue to safely engage and empower women throughout the state to make a difference. When major events create unexpected challenges for leaders, we pivot and deliver in an innovative way. Therefore, the CIT II session will be presented virtually throughout the months of June and July to ensure we continue to deliver on our mission and advance our participants' knowledge, connections, and influence across the state of California. As things continue to change daily around COVID-19, we are monitoring the impact to our events in July and October and will be providing more frequent communications around those events and the virtual CIT program.
We would also like to thank our sponsors and the individuals who have continued to support us and participate in our California Issues and Trends Program. While each of us may be touched by the pandemic in very different ways, many in the non-profit community are working to pivot and maintain the value they add to their networks as well as the funding required to keep them going. As we shift our approach, there are plenty of opportunities for both organizations and individuals to foster the next generation of California’s leaders.
Strong leadership has never been more critical as the state, the country and the world face unprecedented challenges. Leaders are required in government, healthcare and across every industry in the public and private sectors. As a community, we must continue to invest in training leaders with the skills they need to meet the challenges of today and those we can’t even imagine tomorrow.
Our hearts go out to those who are currently struggling with the varied impacts of the pandemic and those who have lost loved ones as a result. This is a difficult period, but we have faith in the leadership across the state to ensure that we emerge from this in a position of strength.
Thank you again for your continued support.