BrightSpring Health Services / April 26, 2019
BrightSpring Health Services Project Manager Greg Harbin and Leadership and Organizational Development Specialist Stephanie Palacio were recently selected to participate in the Leadership Louisville Center’s Ignite Louisville fall program.
As part of the selective program, Harbin and Palacio will join 42 other up-and-coming leaders to take part in a rigorous, six-month program that is designed to help grow young professionals by developing key components of leadership. Read here for more details about the announcement.
The Leadership Louisville Center is a nonprofit, member-oriented organization whose mission is to grow and connect a diverse network of leaders who serve as catalysts for a world-class community. Ignite Louisville has graduated over 950 up-and-coming leaders and prepared next-generation talent for expanded roles within their organizations and communities. As part of the course requirements, the class will take part in the Ignite Louisville Challenge, an opportunity for these individuals to work in teams to undertake a project for a local nonprofit. The opportunity provides valuable experience in community leadership, board involvement and teamwork.