Class 14 announced
AARON CLAUSEN, CLASS 9
“L.E.A.D. was life changing and opened my eyes to many new things and helped me have a stronger voice for the agricultural community. I learned more about the corporate world, international trade, as well as the importance of diverse contacts and the networking opportunities offered.”
Photo Credit: Greg Wise
THE LIVES WE IMPACT
Thank you to all the past, present and future sponsors who continue to support the L.E.A.D. program through sponsorships and donations. Class 15 sponsorships are currently being sought.
Class 13 graduates
MARION ROBINSON, CLASS 8
“I attribute many of my agricultural diversification endeavors to the L.E.A.D. program. L.E.A.D. inspired me, and gave me the courage to make something out of agriculture. It changed my perspective and started a fire in me.”
CULTIVATING New Leaders FOR AGRICULTURE
The Wyoming L.E.A.D. Program develops highly motivated, well informed rural leaders who will act forcefully, serve effectively and speak articulately for agriculture and Wyoming communities.
Class 15 announced
The Wyoming L.E.A.D. program is managed by a non-profit organization, the Wyoming Agricultural Leadership Council (WALC). WALC administers the program raises funds for the program.