Monday, March 30, 2015 VOLUME 18 ISSUE 13
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40th Anniversary Reunions
Graduates of Class 64 Answer the Call

Leadership Orlando Class Chair Joseph S. Terry, Executive Director, J.P. Morgan Private Bank, has put out the call to the graduates of Leadership Orlando Class 64 to gather in celebration of Leadership Orlando's 40th Anniversary.

The members of Class 64 first gathered in June 2004 to participate in the Leadership Orlando program and now look forward to seeing each other once again on Wednesday, April 1, at 5:00 p.m. at Ember, 42 W. Central Boulevard in Downtown Orlando (Dutch treat).  For additional details, contact Joe Terry at (407) 736-9525 or joseph.s.terry@jpmorgan.com, or visit the 40th Reunions webpage

The invitation from Terry comes as a result of a challenge made to all Leadership Orlando Class Chairs at a luncheon in January to reconnect and reengage with their classmates at some point during the anniversary year.  The gatherings are designed to be an informal opportunity to touch base and catch up with Leadership Orlando colleagues who spent considerable time together over the eight months they participated in the program.

"It looks like we'll have a great turnout, given the fact that eleven years has passed since we were last together," said Terry.  "I look forward to hearing about how their lives and careers have changed since that time."

"It is our hope that our graduates will document their Class Reunions with photos and updates that we can post on our Leadership Orlando 40th Anniversary website," said Ruth Z. Mustian, President of Leadership Orlando.  "We had a great kickoff event at the Inaugural MLS Match for Orlando City Soccer Club on March 8 at the Orlando Citrus Bowl.  Over 250 tickets were purchased by our alumni in a special reserved seating section." 

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to view Alumni soccer match photos or visit our 40th Anniversary website for other news, sponsorship opportunities, reunion information and our photo gallery.

Meanwhile, the Leadership Orlando program which began in 1975 is still going strong, with a new curriculum, exciting regional assets to explore and high-caliber participants representing business and organizations across the seven-county Central Florida Region.

If you've been looking for the 'right' time to participate in Leadership Orlando, or if know someone who should be in the room for these discussions, now is indeed the perfect time to be a part of America's largest Community Leadership program, Leadership Orlando. Preparing for the future of our region is up to each of us.  Take time to learn about the issues and participate in the community conversations that are helping to guide our future. 

Class 90 begins in September 2015, with Phil Rawlins, Founder & President of Orlando City Soccer Club, serving as Class Chair.  The online enrollment form and full schedule is available at www.LeadershipOrlando.org.  Should you have questions, contact Danielle Gulasa at 407.835.2444, or via email at danielle.gulasa@orlandochamber.org.

About Leadership Orlando

Developing regional leaders is important to the future success of the Central Florida Region. That is why "Regional Leadership" is a primary line of business for the Central Florida Partnership.  With forty years of proven success, Leadership Orlando, America's largest "Community Leadership Program," continues to recruit, cultivate and encourage emerging and established leaders to better serve the Central Florida Region. 

Working together with Orlando, Inc., (Regional Entrepreneurship), BusinessForce (Public Policy Advocacy), and myregion.org (Regional Research & Resolves), the Central Florida Partnership is moving "Ideas to Results."

Click here to learn more about Leadership Orlando
Click here for a listing of the 2015 Leadership Team

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