NEWS ALF elects new officers

The American Leadership Forum’s Houston/Gulf Coast Chapter has elected its new officers for 2013. ALF is a non-profit organization whose mission is to join and strengthen diverse leaders to better serve the public good. It does this through a year-long Fellows Program in which leaders can engage in dialogue, differ and build relationships. ALF strengthens Fellows’ capacity to address public issues collaboratively and builds a strong leadership network to work for positive change in our community.

New officers include Paula, Arnold, owner, Paula Arnold Associates, chair; Jim Drew, senior vice president, Brown, Miclette & Britt, Inc., chair elect; Reagan Flowers, CEO, CSTEM Teacher & Student Support Services, Inc., vice chair; Bonnie Hellums, Judge, 247th Family District Court, secretary; Les Cave, president, CHRISTUS Foundation for Health Care, treasurer; and Harriet Wasserstrum, president. 

ALF was founded in 1980 to create a regional network of diverse senior-level leaders across private, public and nonprofit sectors. ALF Fellows and Senior Fellows now number more than 3,500 nationwide. In Houston, they have created a network that brings together a broad cross-section of leaders committed to building a stronger community. They use collaborative leadership skills to identify and deal with complex regional issues, model servant leadership, and create opportunities to work together in ways that make a significant difference to Houston and its surrounding communities. In addition to a Core Fellows Program, with participants selected each year from the arts, nonprofits, corporations, government and politics, media, education, the professions, philanthropy and religion, ALF also offers programs to join and strengthen leaders in Houston’s medical, public education, and criminal justice communities.

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