Class XI (2014-2015)
Welcome to ICL's Newest Class - XI (2014-2015)
The Institute for Community Leadership is Fayetteville and Cumberland County's joint community leadership program. It is designed to provide local citizens the opportunity to participate in activities leading to community leadership, volunteer service, and membership on local boards and commissions. The ICL is one of North Carolina's premier leadership programs. Click on the YouTube icon below to view a recent video about ICL:
To identify, develop, and empower community members, especially those not previously identified, who are able and willing to commit to leadership and service roles in addressing important issues in the Fayetteville and Cumberland County area of North Carolina.
Applications for Class XII (2015-2016) are now available.
ICL Board of Directors:
The Institute for Community Leadership is governed by a board comprised primarily of representatives from the sponsoring agencies. The Arts Council of Cumberland County is also represented on the board along with Dr. Loleta Foster, the community-at-large member. Some board members attended this year's first session, which celebrated ICL's 10th year. The session was hosted by FTCC at their Botanical Gardens facility.
From the Left: Mr. Ted Voorhees, Fayetteville City Manager; Dr. James Anderson, Chancellor, Fayetteville State University; Ms. Renarta Moyd, Cumberland County Schools; Dr. Loleta Foster, Community-at-Large; Dr. Ben Hancock, President, Methodist University; Ms. Ade Lewis, ICL Executive Director; Mr. Carl Mitchell, FTCC; Mr. Mark Regensburger, FTCC; and Mr. Brent Michaels, FTCC.
Community Service Project:
Class XI is undertaking their ICL class project at the Second Harvest Food Bank on February 21, 2015.
ICL Alumni 10 Year Reunion Gathering:
Mayor Nat Robertson helps ICL alumni celebrate
at the 10 year reunion, August 23, 2014.
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Board of Directors
ICL is governed by a board of distinguished community members representing the sponsoring agencies and the community at large. The board meets twice a year to monitor ICL programs and initiatives.
Graduates of the ICL Program are engaged in leadership positions across the county making our community a better place to live and work. Government agencies and non-profit organizations eagerly seek ICL alumni to offer them positions on their boards and commissions.
The origins for ICL can be traced back to 2001.
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"ICL participants engage and interact with a diverse group of participants and become change agents to make this community better through commitment and service."
Ricardo S. Morgan
ICL Alumnus, Class V
Institute for Community Leadership