Inside LGW

The Washington Business Journal recently announced the honorees to their 12th annual ‘Women Who Mean Business’ awards program. Leadership Greater Washington is excited to note that this year marks the highest percentage of honorees to have also graduated from LGW’s Signature Class program – 32% or 8 out of 25. In the twelve years that the award program has been running, 63 LGW members have earned the WBJ’s ‘Women Who Mean Business’ accolade.
On Tuesday, May 12, Leadership Greater Washington, along with PNC Bank, hosted Gary E. Knell, President  & CEO of the National Geographic Society, at its most recent installment of the hit series, “Lessons in Leadership”.
On Thursday, February 19th Washington Business Journal (WBJ) honored the region’s top minority local business leaders through their annual “Minority Business Leaders Awards”.
In Interviews with the Washington Business Report and the Washington Post, Duncan spoke candidly about the vision of the organization and the potential that lies ahead for its legacy and members.
Thursday, January 29th, Leadership Greater Washington brought regional law enforcement officials and community leaders together to discuss the relationships between local communities and their law enforcement.
Leadership Greater Washington’s membership continues to grow in power and influence around the region. We would like to recognize and congratulate our members as they publically serve the Greater Washington region.
On Friday, June 13th the LGW network expanded with the induction of our 28th Class -- the Class of 2014. Join us in welcoming the Class of 2014: The Best You’ve Ever Seen.
LGW members have often described their Class and our larger network as a second family -- and for some members, LGW is so deeply rooted in the family tree that LGW is both their first and second family.
LGW is a frontrunner among community leadership programs and we are never content to rest on our laurels.