Our mission is to identify, educate, communicate, inspire and engage Ohio’s current and emerging leaders for the well-being of the people of Ohio. Being part of Leadership Ohio means being part of a diverse and intricate network of business and civic minded Leaders whose reach is local, statewide, national, and international. Read More Here.
- This experience cannot be obtained in a classroom or seminar. A worthwhile investment!Mick Proxmire (2009)
- Meeting people and sharing ideas has truly been an enlightening experience for me!Claudia Kraly (2009)
- Although I am in the process of completing Leadership Ohio the program results for me personally and professionally have been unbelievable.Steve Vojvodich
Owner at C:DOX Marketing
On 22 May, the 2015 Leadership Ohio class met first with Marceline Dyer and Alexis Perrone from Experience Columbus. Experience Columbus focuses on the entire Columbus experience, by promoting Columbus as an ideal spot to hold conventions/meetings, by developing and marketing the Columbus brand, and by creating a visitor-friendly environment that brings people and diverse…Details
Oberlin Day 1 Kickoff for the ‘best’ Leadership Ohio Class of 2015 was held at the Common Ground Center in Oberlin, OH on April 7th. During the first day of our retreat, Kathy Krednour hosted our introductions with fun activities while we all spent time getting to know one another. Once we quickly became comfortable…Details
The 2015 Leadership Ohio Golf Event will take place on Friday, June 26, 2015 at The Golf Club of Dublin. There will be hole sponsorships in addition to a variety of other marketing opportunities for your business. All are welcome and come out and play or simply eat dinner
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The final Leadership Ohio session was kicked off on Friday, November 14th, 2014 in Cleveland, Ohio at the Global Center for Health Innovation. This state-of-the-art facility is located in the heart of downtown Cleveland. Leadership Ohio participants were given an introduction to the concept of living in poverty through the “Poverty Simulation Exercise.” Everyone was…Details