Leadership Broken Arrow provides participants the opportunity to have a unique perspective and understand the Broken Arrow Community, including the past, present and future. LBA also helps participants gain knowledge of their individual leadership skills and talents and how they can help meet the demands of our growing community. Graduates of LBA are in a position to influence the future of Broken Arrow through their community involvement. Since 2002, 470 individuals have graduated from LBA.
Through Leadership Broken Arrow individuals have the opportunity to:
Leadership Broken Arrow consists of one evening orientation session and 9 full-day sessions that meet monthly from September to May. Classes feature guest lecturers, experts in their respective fields, local area tours, visits to places with important community missions, leadership training, classroom participation, and an opportunity to network with other civic minded individuals.
To graduate from LBA, you must attend a minimum of eight monthly sessions (90%) and the overnight orientation retreat. LBA meets on the second Thursday of each month from September through May. Sessions are from 8a-4:30p
Tuition includes materials, breakfast, lunch and administrative costs.
2020-2021 applications will be available on Monday, April 20th. For more information or questions, please contact Jessica Mugg at [email protected] or (918) 893-2103. Click here to be put on the waiting list for the next class.