The Southern University Ag Center has launched a series of classes for Faith-Based Leaders in New Roads. Dana Isaac, grant assistant for Building Opportunities through Leadership Development (BOLD), is hosting the “BOLD For Faith-Based Leaders Class” every Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon through June 15.
The program’s main goal is to enhance and strengthen faith-based leaders and make them better equipped to serve their institutions and their communities. The classes will be held at the Pointe Coupee Community Resource Center.
BOLD is a statewide grassroots leadership development project under the direction of Dr. Kenyetta Nelson-Smith, assistant specialist for community and economic development. BOLD for Faith-Based Leaders is an extension of the BOLD project, focused solely on faith-based institutions, which will empower persons in leadership positions to become more effective in their roles.
For additional information, contact Dana Isaac at 225-771-3902 or email@example.com