• Benefits of CLIMB Benefits of CLIMB


    Leading the way...

    Making connections...

    Building the community...


    Four years ago (2016), the Leadership Task Force sought to design a program that addresses more leadership skills for a demanding & changing future.  What the group created was CLIMB - a program that Cultivates, Leads, Inspires, Motivates and Builds upon the basic skills and qualities of each participant.  At the beginning of each session, facilitators deliver 3.5 hours of leadership skills.  This program is a must for any emerging leader and anyone who wants to make a difference at their business and in their community!

    In a competitive world, it is extremely important that leaders have the necessary skills to manage various situations, CLIMB gives each student more tools to use in their toolbox.  At the end of the program, you may be inspired to take on a leadership role to help solve the issues that matter most.  Even more importantly, you will have a collection of skills and leadership alumni to call upon for future projects or problems that you may face in the business world.  Past classes have included State and Federal Legislators, Judges, Mayors, City Managers, CEOs, Physicians, Non-Profit Executives, City Council Members and Board of Education leaders in its long history.

    The class will be limited to 25 participants from our service area.

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    The 2019-20 Class
















    From L-R: 

    Front Row - Alaina Geres, City of Middletown, Stephen Mosby, Middletown City Schools, Benedict Njoku, Safety Council of Southwestern Ohio, Mary Meredith, Kettering Health NetworkAmber Stanton, Atrium Medical Center

    Second Row - Matthew ReissCohen, Doug ReichenbergerMiami University Regionals, Amy Abernathy, MidPointe Library System, Kristian Shaw, Cohen, Mark Brockman, Sibcy Cline Realtors, Andrew Armstrong, First Financial Bank, Wes Bowman, McGraw/Kokosing Inc, Bob Schaffer, AK Steel, Adam Taylor, Middletown Tube Works, Melissa Weiseman, Butler Tech