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Crawford Unlimited Leadership (CU Lead) develops leaders who-- through a mastermind, collaborative approach to learning current leadership practices-- will enhance leadership skills within their organization improve the quality of life in their communities and make a positive impact on Crawford County as a whole.


This unique program consists of nine, full-day sessions (October through June) that include a leadership assessment, training in current research-based leadership philosophies and practices, and a hands-on experience in a community-action project that aligns with Crawford County's strategic initiative, Crawford: 20/20 Vision.


A professional trainer will deliver leadership and engagement skills based on material from John Maxwell, and supported by the research and writings of Stephen Covey, Jeremie Kubicek and Jim Collins. Area leaders and experts will also provide information about the Crawford County community, its history, people, strengths, challenges and opportunities.


Our 6th cohort began Oct. 21! Congratulations to Sara Hill of ACS Title & Closing Services, Celina Adkins and Josh Fleck of Bucyrus Precision Technology, Sherry Seiler of the Bucyrus Public Library, Michelle Horsley of the Crawford County Board of Developmental Disabilities, Michelle Failor and Erin Stine of the Crawford Partnership, Jennifer Allerding of Galion City Schools, Nick Evans and Amanda Webb of Galion LLC, Jeremiah Bertsch and Douglas Schwartz of Hord Livestock, Jenny Lynne Pfeifer of Mark's Homemade Ice Cream, Susan Montgomery of Ohio District 5 Area Agency on Aging, Sarah Milheim and Steve Lust of Ohio Mutual Insurance Group, Mindy Sipes of Parr Insurance, Jolene Young of Pioneer Career & Technology Center, Rick Rinehart of Tramec Sloan and Josh Noblet from United Way of Crawford County. Looking forward to a great year with these great leaders!