James Amato is a strategist and business developer at Capitol Broadcasting Company where he leverages design thinking, marketing strategy, and passion for community as forces for economic growth and social change.
James Amato (’15)
“Leadership is fundamentally hard and inconvenient.”
– Col. Joe LeBoeuf
Discover the Region in a NEW way! This program encourages participants to see themselves as future regional leaders. Over the course of 4 months, this program develops leadership skills while connecting participants to other key leaders and issues that face the Region.
Leadership Triangle is 25 years old. It’s been a fun quarter century and a lot has happened. We have had the privilege of training business leaders, political leaders, sports coaches and those leading world-changing non profit organizations. As much as we’ve taught these leaders while training them, we’ve learned just as much ourselves.
Leadership Triangle is a non-profit organization established in 1992 to educate and promote regionalism across the separate communities of the Triangle.
The challenges of our communities do not lie neatly within city or county boundaries. The Triangle’s quality of life and future growth depends on our ability to work across these boundaries to find common ground. Leadership Triangle is a non-profit organization established in 1992 to educate and promote regionalism across the separate communities of the Triangle. It does this through regional and leadership development classes, seminars and awards.