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Leadership Bismarck-Mandan

The Leadership Bismarck-Mandan Committee works to develop local leaders who actively participate in and support community progress.

Mission: Leadership Bismarck-Mandan engages emerging leaders in business and community issues.

Chamber Staff Representative
Cathryn Sprynczynatyk
701-223-5660
cathryn@bmcedc.com


Leadership Bismarck-Mandan 2020-2021
If the class is not able to meet in-person due to COVID-19, the class will continue virtually. Dates and class sizes may be adjusted based on recommendations from health experts. The way the issue days, field project presentation, and graduation are carried out may be impacted due to COVID-19 recommendations and restrictions.

2020 - 2021 Issue Day Schedule
Leadership Bismarck-Mandan Application Form

Instructions:

  1. Download and save the Leadership Bismarck-Mandan Application  to your desktop. Download link is provided above.
  2. Open and complete the application. You can save data typed into the application.
  3. Click “Submit Form” when finished. You may also email the complete application to Cathryn Sprynczynatyk at cathryn@bmcedc.com.

Leadership Applicant Supervisor Referral

Instructions:

  1. Download and save the Leadership Applicant Supervisor Referral to your desktop. Download link is provided above.
  2. Open and complete the application. You can save data typed into the application.
  3. Click “Submit Form” when finished. You may also email the complete application to Cathryn Sprynczynatyk at cathryn@bmcedc.com.
  • Tuition: $595.00
  • You will receive a confirmation email within one week.
  • One letter of reference from your supervisor is required. Have your direct supervisor download and fill out the Leadership Applicant's Supervisor Referral. When finished, click "Submit Form" to return the completed form. You can save data typed into this form.
  • Deadline for application and letter of reference is August 1.

Leadership Bismarck-Mandan Alumni Association

The Leadership Bismarck-Mandan Alumni Association (LBMAA) is made up of graduates from the Chamber EDC’s Leadership Program.  This program has been in existence for more than 25 years with the goal to improve our communities through our collective leadership efforts.

LBMAA expands on the Leadership Program by offering continued training, volunteer, and networking opportunities to its members. We are active in Chamber EDC activities, serve on the boards and committees of many nonprofit organizations, and volunteer in numerous roles.

If you wish to pay your membership dues online, please click here.

To learn more about LBMAA, please visit lbmaa.org.

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