Cenla Execbuilders Program Graduates Class of 2018
Six Central Louisiana nonprofit leaders graduated September 28 from Cenla Execbuilders, a leadership development program for nonprofit executive directors.
Cenla Execbuilders, a program of Community Development Works, is designed to identify and develop knowledgeable, skilled, committed, and action-oriented leaders who will have maximum impact on the communities and constituents they serve in an environment of change and competing priorities.
The following graduates completed the five-month program designed for nonprofit Executive Directors seeking training and professional coaching support:
· Crystal M. Bowie, Assistant Extension Agent, Rapides 4-H.
· Gabrielle Juneau, Chief Executive Officer, Central Louisiana Area Health Education Center.
· Claire Lemoine, Executive Director, Cenla Pregnancy Center.
· Ashley Martin, Acting Executive Director, Avoyelles Society for the Developmentally Disabled.
· Catherine Pears, Executive Director, Alexandria Museum of Art.
· Jessica Viator, Executive Director, Manna House.
The graduates now join a group of 44 Cenla Execbuilders alumni who participate in the program’s peer leadership network. Cenla Execbuilders is a free program, and is open to new or experienced Executive Directors in Cenla who want to become more effective in their role as leaders of local nonprofit organizations.
To participate in the 2019 program, call CDW at 318-443-7880 or toll free at 1-800-803-8075. For full details about Cenla Execbuilders and to complete the online application, visit the CDW website's Execbuilders page. Community Development Works is a program of The Rapides Foundation.