Thriving Communities, Thriving State

posted by: Beth Erskine
Last Updated: 20 September 2017
Created: 15 September 2017


Tom Guevara, Director of the Indiana University Public Policy Institute, invited us all to dive into the Thrivng Communities, Thriving State report findings (http://policychoices.iu.edu/) for an in depth look at the current and future needs of our communities.  Interesting to us, of course, was that leadership and engagement were top priority needs in ALL communities, regardless of location, size, or demographics.

Sound familiar?  What can we, as community leadership programs, as community leaders, and as alumni, do to drive the initiatives to make our community an even better place to live, work, and play?

  Let’s do something!

We’d also like to thank Quack Daddy Donuts (Bryan Williams, LAMC ’97) and the team at Anderson Madison County Visitors Bureau (Esther Cleary LAMC ’15, Maureen Lambert LAMC ’14, Diana Graves ’96, Matt Rust ’16) for adding fun and color to our day!




Grow. Serve. Lead.