Leadership Detroit

Informational Breakfasts

To learn more about Leadership Detroit, the application process and program benefits, attend an upcoming Leadership Detroit Informational Breakfast. Upcoming dates include: March 9, March 29 and April 11.

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Neighborhood Tours

Thursday March 30th  – REVISED TOUR TIME – 8:30 a.m. to Noon.  Over the past 20 years, targeted investments have been made, particularly in areas where there is a high concentration of school-aged children. A resurgence of neighborhood small businesses is creating urban hubs where Detroiters from surrounding neighborhoods can shop and enjoy entertainment.

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Leadership Detroit Class XXXIX Nominations Open 

Leadership Detroit is searching for emerging, high-potential leaders who would be strong candidates for Class XXXIX to inspire change in the Detroit region.

Nominate a leader today.

Nominate an Outstanding Alumni for Going Above and Beyond

Leadership Detroit Awards recognize alumni that act on and support the mission of the program through one of the five practices of exemplary leadership. Nominations are being accepted to recognize outstanding leaders in the following categories:

  • Inspirational Leadership Award – All Leadership Detroit alumni are eligible.
  • Moving the Needle Award – All Leadership Detroit alumni are eligible.
  • Lifelong Leadership Award – This award is open to any individual in the Detroit region that meets the award criteria and is not exclusive to graduates of the program.

Nominate for awards, view criteria or view past winners.

Celebrating 38 Years of Connecting Leaders and Inspiring Change

Leadership Detroit, an initiative of the Detroit Regional Chamber, is a transformational leadership program for existing and emerging regional leaders. This program provides the foundation for a lifelong commitment to leadership by creating awareness of key issues that affect the Detroit region. Approximately 70 individuals annually participate in the program representing a cross section of the community, including business, organized labor, government, education, media civic groups, health services and community organizations. Topics covered during the 10-month program include educational preparedness, arts and culture, race relations and health and human services.

The Leadership Detroit program recently updated its logo and brand. The new logo is reflective of the transformative process that each class embarks on during the course of the 10-month program.

Upcoming Informational Breakfasts:

Wednesday, March 29 – Register 
Plante Moran, PLLC

27400 Northwestern Highway
Southfield, MI  48034
8:30 to 10:30 a.m.

Tuesday, April 11 – Register
Cinema Detroit
4126 3rd Ave
Detroit, MI  48201
8:30 to 10:30 a.m.

Support Leadership Detroit Today

Class XXXVIII Presenting Sponsor:
Kresge
Class XXXVIII Session Sponsor:
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