HLA Alumni Association

Leadership United

Mission:

To be a network of committed, involved, diverse graduates of the Harford Leadership Academy, supporting the mission and vision of the Academy.

Vision:

Through a united effort, apply the principles learned in the Harford Leadership Academy to impact current community challenges while utilizing all opportunities to make a difference in the quality of life in Harford County.

Goals:

  • To schedule meetings informing alumni of new and continuing challenges and opportunities for Harford County
  • To promote involvement of Academy Alumni, personally and collaboratively, in leadership roles to address the challenges and opportunities
  • To provide a communication network between present and future community leaders
  • To promote leadership on a planned, continuing basis for the betterment of Harford County

A complete list of HLA graduates is available sorted by graduation year or by last name

The HLA Alumni Ambassador Group

The Harford Leadership Academy Alumni Ambassador Group promotes the involvement of graduates of the Harford Leadership Academy, as existing and emerging leaders, into the Alumni Association. Their vision is to enroll seventy-five percent of the graduates from the Academy as active Alumni members.


Upcoming Alumni Events

HLA graduates may attend events for free with a paid annual Alumni membership (Excluding the HLA Graduation Dinner).
Please contact Wendy Ambler at wambler@harford.edu to RSVP or ask questions regarding any of the following upcoming events:

Game On! Harford Has Talent to benefit the Maryland Center for the Arts








Water in Harford: Reservoir, Daylighting, and Storm water Mangement

Later in 2017
Date & Location TBD

Keep checking here for more details and events to come!


The annual dues for the HLA Alumni Association are $50. 10% of each paid membership is earmarked for leadership programs. Scholarships are available for attendance in the Harford Leadership Academy and CORE Leadership programs. To apply for a scholarship, contact Rod Bourn at rbourn@harford.edu



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