Championing community buy-in and enthusiasm among Clark County’s workforce and employer base.


Giving Academy graduates the tools and resources to makea positive difference in the community.


Setting servant leadership ablaze in Clark County by mobilizing assets, resources and expertise.

Applications to our 2024/2025 Academy Sessions available soon!
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Community Leadership Academy

Each year, approximately 35 individuals are accepted into the Community Leadership Academy based on the applicant’s leadership potential and diverse background. The Academy consists of monthly sessions beginning in the fall of each calendar year and running through the following spring that focus on the history of Clark County, the community’s current needs and leadership development. Applications for our 2024/2025 Academy Sessions will be accepted in January 2024.

**Academy applicants will be notified of application status the first week of August 2023.

What Academy Graduates Are Saying

How to Support Leadership Clark County

“Leadership Clark County has given me a new look at leadership, working with others, and community service, which in turn has impacted our school, students, staff and community.”

Jamison Truebenbach (Class of 2019)
Chief Academic Officer, Global Impact STEM Academy

Everywhere I see change here [in Clark County], I see Leadership grads involved and energized.”

Lisa Dunn
Attorny, Cole Acton Harmon Dunn

“Leadership Clark County provided insight into the issues affecting our community. It helped me to piece together these issues and understand how they all affect each other.”

Larry Shaffer (Class of 2016)
Director of Environmental Health, Clark County Combined Health District

“Becoming aware of so many opportunities piqued my interest.”

Tami Long (Class of 2015)
Client Relations Manager, KB&P Financial Partners

“Even as a lifelong resident of Clark County, I learned so much about our community I didn’t already know through the Academy. I also made great connections and was inspired to find my place as a servant leader.”

Emily Bennett (Class of 2016)
Account Manager, Shift•ology Communication

As a nonprofit organization that develops servant leaders for our community, Leadership Clark County relies on the generous donations and sponsorships from local businesses and other organizations. Click here for ways to donate.