I moved to Charleston in 1998 and began my career at The Post and Courier in advertising. It was there that I honed a deep appreciation for living in the Lowcountry. I spent nearly 14 years with tremendous mentors and colleagues at the top of their craft. I learned so much about leadership and the
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Larry Collett is the co-founder of Charleston Leaders, a 501(c)(3) organization with a mission of fostering and developing leadership in our community. They do that with various programming focused on leaders and leadership development, including a partnership with FranklinCovey where they fund and implement Leader in Me in K-12 schools in South Carolina. Larry is also
Over the last four days, teachers at Sangaree and Devon Forest Elementary schools have been training with the “Leader in Me” program. Here’s what a few staff members have to say about their experience. Ready the full story »
Charleston Leaders is a fairly new non-profit in the area, but the group is already making a huge impact on the leaders of the future by bringing the world-renowned Leader in Me program to our schools. “Our hearts felt it, and we knew that this was something that we wanted to do here in the...
BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCBD) – A few large checks were presented to some Lowcountry schools this week. That money will go towards making a difference in kids’ lives. It was a big announcement Friday, an investment of about $120,000 for elementary schools in Berkeley County. “We’re here today to present an oversized check to Sangaree Elementary,” said Larry Collett, co-founder of Charleston
Charleston Leaders, in Midst of South Carolina Teacher Walkout, Commits to Funding Leadership Model in Two Schools in Berkeley County Leadership organization will fund Leader in Me model in Sangaree and Devon Forest Elementary Charleston SC, 5/2/19 – In the midst of the AllOutMay1 walkout march and protest, Charleston Leaders, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, commits
As we announce two schools to fund Leader in Me program, we look to all our programming this year to foster leadership and know that we cannot achieve our mission without the support of our community. Today, May, 1, 2019, we announce that we have launched our capital campaign to raise $250,000 that will help
On Monday, Charleston Leaders hosted a breakfast featuring a question and answer between congressional candidates Katie Arrington and Joe Cunningham. Read the full story »
Charleston Leaders will be hosting its final Quarterly Leader Breakfast Series of 2017 on Monday, November 13th. The special guest for the event will be Senator Tim Scott. As a leader on tax reform, education and job training, and innovative ideas to reinvest in our nation’s distressed communities, Senator Time Scott brings a unique perspective