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LEADING AND LEARNING TOGETHER

Leading From Within equips our community leaders with resources that enable them to continue learning and developing in an ever-expanding social sector. This page provides tools and information that will support our growing alumni programs, invite new and adaptive offerings, and foster a vibrant learning community.

Our network of social sector leaders, from program participants to alumni and stakeholders, have shared their need for self-care during this difficult moment in history. Leading From Within has been working to share particular practices and methods on self-care in order to support our network of community leaders.

Through a facilitated process, Leading From Within is seeking to support its leaders in providing peer offerings in collaboration and to learn from each offering. In adapting based on what we learn, Leading From Within hopes to better meet the needs of our leaders, and to further clarify the most powerful ways to serve and activate our Leading From Within network.

Collaborating Through COVID-19
Leading From Within is focusing its efforts in supporting our community of social sector leaders during this time of uncertainty and trauma as effectively and safety as possible. Learn about upcoming virtual gatherings and other community resources clicking the button below.

Shared Learnings

Possibility Lab Report

Leading From Within convened its "Possibility Lab" on November 1, 2017.  140 of LFW's program alumni and partners in Santa Barbara County came together for the day to learn, connect…

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Alumni Network Toolbox 

A team of our Katherine Harvey Fellows compiled a handbook for how to create and sustain an effective alumni network. The toolbox includes strategies, event planning, online marketing, and database…

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NEWS, STORIES, & OTHER RESOURCES

“Finding Hope- Belonging over Otherness” | Reflections by Ed France

I'm not about to be eloquent here. Maybe like you, I was still trying to…

Leading From Within Welcomes New Board Members

SOURCE: ANN PIERAMICI FOR LEADING FROM WITHIN SANTA BARBARA, California, (March 2022) – Leading From…

Our Words Collide Documentary Feature

The documentary Our Words Collide, screening at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival this weekend,…

“Leading from the Heart” | Reflections by Ed France

When the problems we face seem intractable, there is no better inspiration than the transformative…

Santa Barbara Latino Philanthropic Leaders Raise $15,000 for Leadership Development

Santa Barbara Latino Philanthropic Leaders Raise $15,000 for Leadership Development and Invite New Members to…

The Giving List 2021

Our STORY is key to our success. Read all about how we are making important…

Celebrating 20th Anniversary Class of Katherine Harvey Fellows

The Katherine Harvey Fellows program marked its 20th anniversary in a joint celebration held recently…

“Hope for Pessimists” | Reflections by Ed France

Leading From Within has long shared a selection of 'What we are reading' in our…

Infinite Impact in Celebrating the Emerging Leaders 2020-21 Cohort 8

SOURCE: ANN PIERAMICI FOR LEADING FROM WITHIN The eighth cohort of Leading From Within’s Emerging…

805 Focus features Ed France, Leading From Within

Show Host of 805 Focus, Cynder Sinclair (CEO of Nonprofit Kinect & Courage to Lead…

Noozhawk Article: Schools Chief, Others Credit Leading From Within…

Schools Chief, Others Credit Leading From Within for Helping Them Navigate Pandemic Year SOURCE: ANN…

Women in Leadership Event

SOURCE: ANN PIERAMICI, NOOZHAWK Leading From Within Event Addresses Women in Leadership Panel addresses a…

Noozhawk Article: Four Local Leaders Join Board…

Four Local Leaders Join Board of Leading From Within SOURCE: ANN PIERAMICI FOR LEADING FROM…

Montecito Journal: The New World of Virtual Convening by Ken Saxon

Click here to read on the Montecito Journal website. Humans are communal by nature. Even…

Montecito Journal: Grassroots Philanthropy Fills a Gap by Ken Saxon

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Montecito Journal: How Nonprofits Can Outlast the Coming Downturn by Ken Saxon
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