After close monitoring of the COVID-19 situation, and being mindful of best practices and our community's safety, the Greater Green Bay Chamber has made a decision to postpone the 2020 Legacy of Leadership event on April 2, 2020 until further notice.
Celebrating and recognizing the high standard of professionalism, leadership and innovation provided by area community members is significant. We recognize the importance of hosting this highly-regarded annual event to showcase the outstanding leaders we have in our communities.
We are sorry for this inconvenience, and look forward to celebrating this year's Legacy of Leadership event at a future date. All current reservations will be retained for the newly scheduled date, and we will announce it as soon as a new date is secured.
Thank you for your understanding.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact email@example.com or call 920-593-3400.
Each year, Leadership Green Bay recognizes individuals and companies which have furthered the program’s efforts to produce contributing leaders in the Greater Green Bay community with the Leo Frigo Leadership Award and the John (Jake) M. & Meredith B. Rose Business Leadership Award.
The John M. & Meredith B. Rose Business Award recognizes companies whose community and leadership exceed the expected. This award is named after John M. & Meredith B. Rose. We wanted to honor them for their strong commitment and leadership that they have made to this community. This award is bestowed upon companies that share those values and who continue to make a difference in this community.
2019 recipient: The Children's Museum of Green Bay
The Leo Frigo Leadership Award is bestowed on an esteemed volunteer or alumni of the Leadership Green Bay program, a person who has made a significant, continual contribution to the program and to leadership in the community. This is the program’s highest honor and the honoree is recognized as a significant contributor to the success of Leadership Green Bay, and as an advocate and model of community leadership. Criteria include providing services for at least five years to the Leadership Green Bay program in a role that was not of a paid capacity; consistently provides leadership to community groups and mentors leaders within the program, the profession and the community; is an Leadership Green Bay alumnus, community volunteer or corporate supporter of the program.
2019 recipient: Tom Swiecichowski
Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020
Legacy of Leadership
2020 Date Coming Soon
Class of 2020 graduation
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
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