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Leadership Triangle Celebrates 22 years of Regional Leadership

Leadership Triangle Alumni Network (LTAN) will extend and enhance the value of Goodmon Fellows’ investment in their Leadership Triangle experience. Through ongoing networking opportunities, Goodmon Fellows maintain the connections with their classmates and create new connections with other Leadership Triangle program graduates. Timely, relevant and carefully selected events and activities will continue Goodmon Fellows’ leadership development while also expanding their regional knowledge and perspective.
While all Goodmon Fellows may have access to LTAN events for a fee (usually $20 per event), membership will have its privileges. Paid members ($100 per year from date you sign up) will be able to attend all events free, except the Leadership Triangle Awards Gala, which will be discounted. A full calendar of high quality events and activities are decribed below. 

 

Events for fall 2014

October 15-The Gathering: An Alumni Network Social sponsored by Shelco, Smedes York, and N.C. State University
5:00pm - 7:30pm at the Carol Johnson Poole Clubhouse - 1509 Main Campus Drive, N.C. State Centennial Campus, Raleigh, NC 27609

Come indulge in the new Player's Retreat at the Lonnie Poole Center for a fun evening social with your fellow Leadership Triangle Alumni. This is an exclusive opportunity to enjoy the new Carol Johnson Poole Clubhouse, which offers breathtaking views of the Raleigh skyline.  All tickets include TWO complimentary drinks (beer, wine, or soft drinks) and food provided by the Player's Retreat. Vegetarian options will be available.
Fun door prizes and raffles. Capacity is limited.

Deadline to register is October 10, 2014. So reserve your spot today. 
Click Here to Register on Eventbrite.

Oct. 23-Forum on Fracking in N.C-A Balanced View, at the Fullframe Theater, 6:20 to 7:30pm-see below for details.  Please click here to register on Evenbrite for this free event. Members of the Leadership Triangle Alumni Network, are invited to a pre-forum VIP reception with Frank Stasio at 5:30pm.

Nov. 3-LT Over Lunch with Former Governor, Bev Perdue.  Registration opens soon.

Dec. 11-Leadership Triangle Awards Gala-see below for details. Click here to register for the 2014 LT Awards Gala.



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Leadership Triangle Forums
Panel discussions on important, high visibility topics that will impact the competiveness of the Research Triangle Region.  Amendment One, another was about the Economic Impact of Immigration Reform, with  Dr. Jim Johnson from Kenan-Flagler School of Business as our moderator.  We also hosted a forum at Quintiles on The Future of Healthcare, which featured outstanding panelists representing various stakeholders and players in our current health care system.

Thursday, Oct. 23, Fracking in North Carolina-A Balanced View.

Fracking- the process of extracting natural gas from deep below the Earth’s surface- is one of the most hotly debated but least understood practices.  As the state’s politicians weigh the pros and cons of introducing fracking to the North Carolina, advocates on both sides present their views. What are the environmental, economic and political factors surrounding this controversial topic?

You are invited to a forum exploring the complexities of fracking with an expert panel on October 23rd at the Full Frame Theater on the American Tobacco Campus.  The event will be moderated by WUNC’s The State of Things host, Frank Stasio, and will feature guests from a diverse range of perspectives. The forum is produced by North Carolina Public Radio WUNC in conjunction with Leadership Triangle. The objective of Leadership Triangle Forum program is to further the conversation around the current issues related to the social, economic and environmental future of the Triangle Region of North Carolina.

Members of the Leadership Triangle Alumni Network, are invited to a pre-forum VIP reception with Frank Stasio at 5:30pm. The forum is free and open to the public and will begin at 6:30pm. The event will be recorded for possible broadcast on North Carolina Public Radio.

 


Leadership Triangle Over Lunch, presented by Triangle Community Foundation
These intimate lunches with Research Triangle movers and shakers who also enjoy global prominence give Goodmon Fellows exposure to the knowledge, expertise and perspectives of people who are making a difference in our region and beyond.  The special guests for our Legacy Lunches have included Ambassador James Joseph,  the Consul General of Mexico in the Carolinas, Carlos Flores VizcarraDr. Christy Shaffer, Venture Partner and Managing Director, Hatteras Discovery, and Phail Wynn Jr., Vice-president, Durham and Regional Affairs, Duke University. We concluded this year with another standing room only luncheon-our guest speakers Pierce and his mother, Nnenna Freelon.


We kicked-off the 2014 series with Dr. Tim Tyson and Rev. Curtis Gatewood. Thank you Triangle Community Foundation for sponsoring this series. Our next luncheon is with former Governor, Bev Perdue on Monday, Nov. 3. at Triangle Community Foundation.  Registration will be open soon.  

Leadership Triangle On the Street

Goodmon Fellows value community and volunteerism.  Therefore, group volunteer projects like working on a Habitat home will be arranged to provide more opportunities to give back and to spend quality time with other Fellows.  Thursday August 22, we enjoyed the Durham Premiere of Bringing It Home, with our Goodmon Fellow and filmaker Linda Booker.  We gathered at the Full Frame Theater at the American Tobacco Power Plant. The screening was enjoyed by all. We are partnering with the Durham Rescue Mission for our spring event on April 26, 2014.

Leadership Celebrations
– Special events like the Leadership Triangle Awards Gala, presented by the Carolina Hurricanes, is an opportunity to celebrate the good work of community leaders and the impact of the Leadership Triangle programs. This years chairs, Kerri Patterson, and her committee, Preston McQueen, Richard Skinner and Wayne Augustine, and the Creative Vision team, are working diligently to bring you a grand night of celebration on Thursday, December 11th. Many regional leaders will enjoy the celebration and recognition of the award winners. Click here to register for the 2014 LT Awards Gala.

We also host outings, such as an alumni event at a Durham Bulls Baseball and more events being organized. Our Facebook page "shows" the excitement of these gatherings.

The Leadership Triangle Newsletters include articles about our classes, events and spotlights Goodmon Fellow successes. Please see below for past newsletters.
 
Over 100 Goodmon Fellows have joined the Leadership Triangle Alumni Network. Click here for the most current list of Leadership Triangle Alumni Network members.