Logan Green and Mackenzie Cutler make a presentation about the LEAD Green organization and upcoming summit to the Churchill County Commissioners

Leadership Summit aimed at Cultivating Youth throughout Churchill County

FALLON, Nevada – Designed for and inspired by the young leaders of Churchill County, LEAD Green’s third annual summit will be held on Feb 15-16 at Churchill County High School. With “Being in the Now” as this year’s summit theme, participants will engage in robust leadership development rooted in personal narrative, mindfulness and goal setting.

The summit is an opportunity for high school students from all backgrounds, from both CCHS and Oasis Academy, to engage with one another as well as leaders who came before them, through panels and a keynote speaker. Group activities, workshops, a service project and guided self-reflection will help participants bolster their leadership skills and future goals.

Keynote speaker Paolo Narag is a recent UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School graduate and the recipient of the Kenan-Flagler Excellence in Community Award. After graduating CCHS in 2014, he has had a number of experiences from interning as an investment analyst in the Philippines to interviewing the past President of Uber in the Dean Dome. Narag is currently living in Boston working for Procter & Gamble as an account manager.

“Fallon gave me a strong understanding that family, friends, and community are the foundations of life, said Narag. “Without them, happiness is impossible. With them, everything is possible.”

In addition to the keynote speaker, community leaders within Churchill County such as elected officials, civic leaders, medical professionals and business owners will also make presentations.

LEAD Green is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and cultivating the leaders of Churchill County through trainings like the summit, a scholarship program and mentoring. CCHS Senior Mackenzie Cutler currently serves as both LEAD Green President and CCHS Student Body President.

“These summits mean a lot to us students.” said Cutler. “I grew personally, was inspired, and had a lot of fun during last year’s summit. This weekend is special because our small-town community comes together to support students in their development and personal goals.”

To sign up, participants can register online at leadgreenwave.org for $20 or on-site for $25. Registration fee includes a t-shirt, meals for the weekend and all other conference materials.

Website: https://www.leadgreenwave.org

Link to register: https://www.tickettailor.com/events/leadgreenwave/220464/#