EMERGING LEADERS SOCIETY MEMBERS STAND BY THE MISSION OF SPOKANE COUNTY UNITED WAY.
What is the Emerging Leaders Society?
First and foremost, the Emerging Leaders Society (ELS) stands by the mission of Spokane County United Way - to mobilize our community to create measurable results that improve people's lives. The ELS was established by Spokane County United Way in 2013 to provide early-to mid career professionals an opportunity to develop leadership skills, network with community-minded individuals, and elevate their commitment to making a difference in the community.
United Way's Role
United Way's focus is on education, financial stability and health.
The goal is to create lasting changes that will help people achieve their potential, increase financial stability and opportunity, and improve health- and as emerging leaders, we seek to cultivate the next generation with the tools they need to continue tackling these critical issues. Spokane County United Way saw the need to educate, develop, and invest in young professionals and the role they play in the future success of the Spokane community, thus the Emerging Leaders Society was born.
The society gives members opportunities to expand their horizons as leaders in community efforts or to take ownership of initiatives that will help Spokane County United Way create lasting change in the critical areas within education, financial stability, and health in the Spokane community.
Individuals who elect to become a member of the Emerging Leaders Society are provided with the following opportunities:
- Invitations to educational, professional development, leadership trainings and networking events
- Hands on volunteer opportunities with local non-profit agencies
- Opporunities to serve on Board Committees
- Company and Community recognition
Connect with community-minded young professionals through board service, CEO networking events, and Annual All Member Meetings.
Impact your community through meaningful and unique engagement with numerous community and nonprofit organizations.
Gain marketable skill-sets and learn to initiate, support, and lead ELS events and activities through specific committee service.