New Leaders Council - Oklahoma Gears Up For Inaugural Class
New Leaders Council Oklahoma kicked 2018 off with a bang as we prepare for our inaugural class later this month!
Last week, NLC-OK co-chairs Bailey and Ashten, along with some of our brand new class of fellows, visited several local news and radio stations to talk about NLC and our upcoming events.
Check out highlights below and be sure to join us next Saturday, January 20, for a celebration of the 2018 NLC Institute Fellows!
“Members of the New Leaders Council Oklahoma stop by to discuss the role the organization plays in helping train current and Future Leaders. NLC Oklahoma is the local chapter of the country's leading organization for progressive millennial thought leadership and skills-based training.”
Let's Pod This is our official podcast. Each week we discuss recent events in Oklahoma politics, feature interviews with voters, legislators, and others who have something interesting to share, and dive a little deeper into specific issues that affect our state. NLC-OK co-chair Ashten and 2018 Fellow Anna joined the podcast for the January 6 episode!
NLC-OK co-chairs Ashten and Bailey, along with 2018 fellow Nicole, joined Jason and Chad to discuss New Leaders Council and all of our upcoming events.
“‘I am looking forward to a great mix of educational, professional and social development with the NLC class,’ said Mehta, Medical Practice administrator at Retina Vitreous Center, ‘I am also excited about forging life-long friendships, networking, ability to give back to the community and help others reach their full potential.’”
New Leaders Council (NLC) is a 501(c)(3) and is the leading training program for progressive Millennials. NLC equips our leaders with the skills to run for office, manage campaigns, create start-ups and networks of thought leaders. NLC leaders take their activism back into their communities and workplaces to impact progressive change.
NLC has 50 chapters across the country in red and blue states with nearly 6,000 alumni. NLC is a true reflection of the Millennial generation with 57 percent of our NLC community as non-white and 53 percent women. NLC is one of the few organizations focused on building a new governing coalition.