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After 30 years, Leadership Clark County contributes, continues to evolve

Program alumni: ‘Everyone can be a leader in the community’

By Sarah Wolf, Columbian staff writer
Published: April 11, 2024, 6:07am
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Steve Stuart of Vancouver, center foreground, gestures as he asks a question during a 2003 Leadership Clark County training workshop. He&rsquo;s now Ridgefield city manager.
Steve Stuart of Vancouver, center foreground, gestures as he asks a question during a 2003 Leadership Clark County training workshop. He’s now Ridgefield city manager. (The Columbian files) Photo Gallery

Leadership Clark County has trained hundreds of leaders in the community in its 30 years in operation. Many of these folks have gone on to and continue to mold the county into what it is today, which was exactly the program’s founders’ intent.

Each year, about 36 people go through Leadership Clark County, a community leadership development program.

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