Alumni

Leadership Prince William alumni hail from every part of our community and reflect the breadth and diversity of the Greater Prince William region. Our graduates represent every major sector: corporate, government, finance, media, early childhood through higher education, hospitality, healthcare, legal, non-profit and more. Our alumni include elected officials, corporate CEOs, entrepreneurs, educational experts, not-for-profit executives, and dynamic community volunteers. They are seen and heard in every aspect of our community. To date, over 400 adults have graduated from our Signature Program.

Leadership Prince William Class 2010

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436

Individuals have graduated from the program as of June 30, 2020

Local elected officials

Educators

+ Work in Small Businesses

Not-for-profit executives

Government employees

Work in Public Safety

Represent large businesses

Work in Finance

Retirees & Community Volunteers

“LPW gave me a personal awareness that I didn’t have before. Professionally, it’s rich with opportunities to listen, learn, and grow; and reminded me that effective leadership is the composition of many well-balanced characteristics.”

– Jackie Krick,CEO of ECU Communications, Class of 2015

“Leadership Prince William peeled back the layers of my county and provided an up-close and personal look at ways in which I could jump in and make a difference.“

– Ramunda Young, Campus & Community Relations, Class of 2014

“It is extremely important to me to live in a community where the citizens and businesses have a goal of making the community better for the youth and families who reside there—LPW provides the conduit to make that happen.”

– Jason Hickman, Managing Partner at Compton & Duling, Class of 2011

“I originally thought I didn’t have the bandwidth to participate, but boy was I wrong. It has been the most invigorating experience – meeting new people, making new friends, learning to hone my leadership skills by watching other leaders, and giving me the chance to re-engage with a core belief – to help others! One of the most impactful aspects of Leadership Prince William was Emergenetics – which taught me to capitalize on others’ strengths to help them succeed and to lead others the way they want to be led. I am blessed for the opportunity to serve on the Board of Regents–an opportunity I do not take for granted–and for the opportunity to help forge the future of this great organization.”

– Douglas Shoop, Director of Operations and Maintenance, Prince William County Service Authority, Class of 2019