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Topics Covered

  • Leadership  Principles

  • Dr. King’s Principles of Non-Violence

  • Influencing Public Policy

  • Teambuilding

  • Community Mobilization

  • Creating a Strategic Vision

  • Law and Justice

  • Decision Making & Problem Solving

  • Professional Networking and Branding

  • Implicit Bias Recognition

  • Negotiations & Conflict Resolution

Who Should Attend 

Anyone over the age of 19, regardless of education level, race, religious belief, or employment status who is sincerely interested in helping improve the community. 

To request an application for the 2025 cohort select this link


Sessions are held based on the schedule provided on the application, on Friday's from January – June, 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.

There will be two sessions that are 3 hours long.

Location and Cost ​

The sessions are conducted VIRTUALLY, unless otherwise announced. Our physical site when required is provided by educational partners,  Harrisburg Area Community College and Penn State University – Harrisburg. 

With a $1,500 tuition. Limited scholarships are available.

Contributing Presenters 

-Dr. Nathaniel Gadsden, Pastor
-Ari Weitzman, Federal Public Defender
-Mary Klatt, Dauphin County Public Defender

-Royce Morris, Common Pleas Judge

-Ed Marsico, Common Pleas Judge

-Robert Martin, Public Safety Director

-Rabbi Marc Kline, Temple Ohev

-John Bey, Dauphin County Prison

-Lt Col  Kristal Turner-Childs (Ret), Pa State Police

-Reizdan Moore, J.D., Attorney at Law

-Clint Cullison, Environmental Lobbyist

-Sandra Thompson, J.D., Pres.,NAACP, York PA

-Prof Randy Lee – Widener University Law

-Joseph Robinson, Jr., Pres., MLK-LDI

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