You may think you know this great State, but until you experience Leadership West Virginia you’ve just scratched the surface!
Bill and Pam Harvit, Class of 2015 & 2006
LWV Alumni can stay involved through annual service projects and local events and trainings. In 2016 the LWV class and alums worked of flood relief efforts in Rainelle.
LWV flood relief efforts in 2016
My continued involvement in LWV alumni activities ensures I meet another 55 people each year, and helps me stay connected to my classmates too.
Margi Bush, Class of 2011
I do not know of any other program that achieves such a high level of education and leadership development over an 8 month period like Leadership West Virginia.
Mary Elisabeth Eckerson, Class of 2005
The networking and friendships I developed across the state continue to yield results. I will continue to encourage my co-workers and colleagues to apply for the program every year.
Brad Rowe, Class of 2013
Selection and participation in Leadership West Virginia is an honor, but with this honor comes an obligation to use one’s full talent, ideas, and energy to help build a better West Virginia for all of its citizens.
Gaylene Miller, Class of 2009
Leadership West Virginia is proud to announce the 2016 LWV Distinguished Alumnus . . .
Beth Walker, Class of 1999
Are you a community leader who wants to learn more about taking your involvement in the Mountain State to the next level? Find out more about the history of Leadership West Virginia and what the program does to prepare leaders to move West Virginia forward.
If you are an entrepreneur, executive, educator, industry leader or passionate about West Virginia issues find out how to apply for the 2017 program. Meet past LWV Alumni and find out about LWV event opportunities throughout the year.
Annual donations from alumni and sponsors help to sustain the LWV program. We invite LWV alumni and corporate supporters to explore various giving opportunities that will further the program’s goals and mission.