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New Leaders Council

  • donated 2017-05-31 20:25:30 -0400
  • 2017 Sponsors

    In 2018, NLC St. Louis will expand across the state to become NLC Missouri. Your sponsorship will ensure that the next class of NLC Fellows has the tools and resources needed to become progressive leaders. Help us sponsor our annual fundraiser & next leadership class!

    This year’s event will be the Be You Ball held on June 2nd. Sponsorship levels include tickets to the event.


    Level 1 Sponsorship: The Change Maker $500

    -Includes two tickets to the Be You Ball
    -Program acknowledgement

    Level 2 Sponsorship: Patron for Progress $1,000

    -Includes two tickets to the Be You Ball
    -Donates two tickets to the Be You Ball for guests in need
    -Program acknowledgment & Social Media Shout Out

    Level 3 Sponsorship: Freedom Financier $2,500

    -Includes four tickets to the Be You Ball
    -Donates two tickets to the Be You Ball for guests in need
    -Program acknowledgment, Website Plug, & Social Media Shout Out


    Thank you for your generous support!


    New Leaders Council is a 501c3 committed to identifying and training young leaders who will shape our future and improve the region. New Leader Fellows are the progressive political entrepreneurs of tomorrow. We are trendsetters, elected officials, and civically-engaged leaders in business and industry. 



  • donated 2017-03-20 10:31:14 -0400
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    New Leaders Council (NLC) St. Louis is a national non-partisan progressive leadership organization focused on building the next generation of progressive political entrepreneurs through skills training and relationship building.

    NLC St. Louis reduces economic barriers to professional development by offering the competitive program free to 15-20 Fellows each year. Each Institute takes a social justice lens to professional development: creating community outside of traditional power structures and lifting up marginalized voices.

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