Those who complete the Leadership Howard County (LHC) program often make deep and lasting connections with classmates. After they graduate, many seek to maintain those connections while strengthening and learning new ways to serve their community.
As a family wealth counselor, Doug Hostetler sees a common disconnect between the way business owners manage corporate wealth versus the way they manage family wealth.
Twenty-five young professionals from a wide variety of organizations compose the 2016 class of Leadership Essentials.
When Leadership U was launched in 1996, the goal was to offer the next generation an opportunity to learn about their community and develop their leadership skills outside the classroom.
I am excited and honored to join Leadership Howard County as the new director of Youth Programs. With Leadership U in its 20th year, I am looking forward to working […]
What is the benefit of participating in Leadership Howard County? In our adult programming, we know that both the employee and the employer gain from the unique opportunities we offer. […]
Whether you are a small business owner or the CEO of a major company, you share a concern that our community strives to be the best it can be.
Like the diverse individuals who complete the Leadership program each year, Leadership Howard County is an organization that continually challenges itself to be better.
The Community Action Council of Howard County (CAC) named Leadership Howard County as its 2014 Humanitarian Award recipient,
Craig Engelhaupt easily recalls the moment when the Leadership Howard County (LHC) Class of 2004 was lining up applicants, and that news was broached in the office.