3 from Arlington graduate from Leadership Snohomish County

  • Friday, June 7, 2019 12:52pm
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ARLINGTON – Three recent graduates from Leadership Snohomish County are from Arlington.

They are Bryan Terry, Lorene Robinson and Jennifer Egger.

Terry is the city’s Information Technology director and Robinson is the Airport Operations specialist. Eggar is the Stilly Valley Chamber of Commerce executive director. LSC’s mission is to connect, ignite, and develop sustainable leaders to strengthen our communities. The nine-month program provides education and opportunities to bring together professionals from all sectors to examine critical issues that impact Snohomish County.

As part of the leadership training, each participant works on a team Capstone Project. Terry’s team worked on a project to develop an engagement and marketing plan from the results of Summit 2038. Robinson’s team worked with the company Mobilize to create a platform for LSC members and alumni to stay connected during the leadership course and beyond.

Egger’s team worked on a website project for the North Snohomish County Human Services providers.

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