BMA Leaders in Residence Program

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“An ambitious initiative that will provide professional development opportunities to individuals committed to working with our young African American males.”

In partnership with the University of Louisville, the Campaign for Black Male Achievement and Louisvilleā€™s Metro United Way have launched the Black Male Achievement Leaders in Residence Program (LiR). This initiative provides a 12-month leadership development experience for 10 senior professionals in the BMA field. The program is “designed to strengthen skills in areas such as organizational development, succession planning, resource development, strategic communications and public policy. Fellows also will share best practices with a diverse cohort of emerging BMA field leaders, students and practitioners.”