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  • Nonprofit Leadership Program Committee Members Recognized

    December 2, 2008

    Two of the 15 Puget Sound Business Journal's "Women of Influence" for 2008 are members of the Nonprofit Leadership Program Visiting Committee.

    Jan Levy, Executive Director of Leadership Tomorrow, was part of the inaugural Visiting Committee in the mid-1990s that assisted our founder, Dr, Mary Stewart Hall, in launching the MNPL degree program. Jan returned to the Visiting Committee earlier this year to work with us on several strategic enrollment issues.

    Diane Narasaki, Executive Director of Asian Counseling and Referral Service, is also an alumna of the program (MNPL Class of 1998). Diane has served on the Visiting Committee for the past decade.

    The Puget Sound Business Journal "Women of Influence" Awards honor women in the business community who:

    • have the authority and power to move the needle in their business
    • are respected for accomplishments within their industries
    • give back to the community
    • and are sought out as respected advisors and mentors within their field of influence.

    The MNPL program, and indeed the entire community, benefits in so many ways from the talents of Jan and Diane. I hope you will join me in congratulating them for receiving this well-deserved award.

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