Lied Selected to Participate in LNK
Michael Lied, healthcare project manager and principal with GBBN Architects, was selected to be part of Leadership Northern Kentucky’s Class of 2012. The nine month program provides the foundation for a lifelong commitment to leadership by creating awareness of key issues that affect the Northern Kentucky/Cincinnati region and challenges emerging leaders to bring positive changes in the community through informed leadership.
The 2012 class is made up of approximately 50 individuals representing a cross section of the community, including business, government, education, media, non-profit agencies, health services and community organizations. The theme this year is "IMPACT". The chamber board has challenged the 2012 class to select an opportunity within Northern Kentucky to make an IMPACT at the community level. The prgram kicked off last week with a two day leadership session at Camp Joy. Over the next 9 months the class will meet with industry leaders to learn about a wide range of topics from economic development and health & human services to regulatory issues.
"I can’t think of a better way to learn more about the challenges facing our community and have the opportunity to make an impact, all while developing new friendships and bonds with 50 great individuals” says Lied. “I am definitely looking forward to growing with the class of 2012 and to the challenge of making an IMPACT."