2018 – 2019 LNC Alumni Reception Events Calendar
Each LNC program session includes a Tuesday evening reception open to all LNC alumni. This is a great opportunity to stay connected with your classmates; meet the current participants; engage with other LNC alumni, session presenters, community leaders, elected officials, and friends of LNC; and introduce prospective participants to the program. Check the list of session reception locations to see when LNC will be near you.
Advance RSVPs are required. If you have questions about a reception or would like to bring a prospective applicant as a guest, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The LNC Forum is Leadership North Carolina’s flagship event for leaders from across North Carolina. Often referred to as “LNC in one day,” the LNC Forum provides an update for LNC alumni and a sample of the LNC experience for leaders interested in the program. Hosted annually, the Forum educates leaders about the most critical issues facing the state, creating a more informed group of stakeholders committed to North Carolina’s future.
This year’s theme is “Why NC?”
- What are the places and values that attract people to live and work in North Carolina?
- Why are parts of our state thriving, while others are struggling?
- How have some of NC’s oldest companies stood the test of time?
- How do we attract and retain engaged leaders to achieve success in NC?
We need to continue to define the idea of leadership in NC and how we can engage with one another to solve the challenges of the day. We will go beyond identifying the challenges to work towards solutions. Please join us for these important conversations.
- Barbara Ashford – Director of Natural Gas Community Relaions – Piedmont Natural Gas
- Sabrina Bengel – Managing Partner – The Birthplace of Pepsi
- Dan Gerlach – President – Golden LEAF Foundation
- Vivian Howard – Chef, Television Host, Cookbook Author
- Van Nolintha – Co-Founder – Bida Manda and Brewery Bhavana
- Steve Pearson – Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Affairs – IBM, LNC Class XVIII
- Marirose Steigerwald – Director of Operations – North Carolina CommunityFoundation, LNC Class XXI
- Why NC? Setting the Stage
- Why NC? A Rural and Urban Perspective on Hospitality
- Why NC? An Economic Snapshot: NC’s Opportunities and Challenges
- Why NC? How Our History Stands the Test of Time
- Piedmont Natural Gas
- Fidelity Investments
- NC Electric Cooperatives
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina
- Duke Energy
- The Employers Association
CLASS XXVI HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES SESSION RECEPTION – PARKING AND DIRECTIONS
Duke Energy Center – 46th Floor Vista
Tuesday, February 5, 2019
5:30 – 7:00pm
By Invitation – ID Required
RSVP by January 28, 2019: email@example.com
GPS Friendly Address:
550 South Tryon Street
Parking is available in the public pay lots labeled on the map below. Additional lots are also located in the surrounding blocks.
CLASS XXVI ENVIRONMENT SESSION RECEPTION – PARKING AND DIRECTIONS
Vanderbilt Room, Inn on Biltmore Estate
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
5:30 – 7:00pm
RSVP by March 25, 2019: firstname.lastname@example.org
GPS Friendly Address:
One Lodge Street – Main Estate Entrance
Guests should proceed through the Biltmore gates and let the guards know they are attending the Leadership North Carolina function at the Inn. Guards will direct guests to the Inn, a 10-15 minute drive from the main entrance. There is no charge to enter the Estate to attend the reception. Reception attendance does not include access to other portions of the Estate, including the Biltmore House.
Free parking is available in front of the Inn.
CLASS XXVI GRADUATION AND AWARDS CEREMONY – PARKING AND DIRECTIONS
Old House Chamber, North Carolina State Capitol
Thursday, May 9, 2019
4:00 pm (3:45 pm arrival recommended)
Reception Immediately Following
RSVP by April 29, 2019: email@example.com
Outdoor parking is available in a pay lot with access from Edenton Street (between Blount and Wilmington) and Jones Street (between Blount and Wilmington). Two-hour metered street parking is also available around the Capitol. Slots are free after 5:00 pm. If these spaces are full, use the Alexander Square parking deck on the south side of the Capitol (see map).
Alexander Square Parking Deck: 120 South Wilmington Street. Once parked, exit the deck and walk one block north. Cross West Morgan Street to reach the Capitol grounds. Enter the Capitol from the east entrance (facing Wilmington Street). CASH ONLY.