Leadership Southern Indiana offers a forum to engage leaders and develop ethical leadership with the goal to improve the Southern Indiana community.


Benefits of Leadership Southern Indiana:


  • Professional and Personal Growth: LSI programs and events allow you to plug into the Southern Indiana Community and grow as a leader.

  • Developing Relationships: You will develop life-long personal and professional relationships in the LSI Alumni community.

  • Improving the Community: You have the opportunity to give back to the community, participate as an engaged citizen and invest in the future of our region.

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Leadership Celebrates Program Graduates of 2016

NEXGEN: On Monday, May 16, LeadershipSI celebrated 42 NEXGEN graduates in its sophomore program, where students went through four classes to cover topics such as communication, diversity, philanthropy, financial literacy, and more to improve their skill sets as future leaders. Ivy Tech Chancellor Rita Shourds spoke to 42 NEXGEN graduates about her “Top 10 List” of characteristics that are non-negotiable ... Read More »

Alumni Spotlight: Jeremy Sprecher, ENGAGE Class of 2014

  A lifetime native of New Albany, Jeremy Sprecher is a born-and-raised Hoosier who has worked in Norton Healthcare for the last fifteen years. Starting in the payroll department, he is now the Director of Finance and Operations at Norton Women’s & Kosair Children’s Hospital. Jeremy is a 2014 graduate of Leadership Southern Indiana’s ENGAGE program, and says, “ENGAGE was ... Read More »

ENGAGE to feature Executive Coaching and Community Impact Projects!

Leadership Southern Indiana’s ENGAGE program opened its fourth year of registration on Monday, May 2nd. Taking up to 15 participants, ENGAGE will feature new additions that include Executive Coaching by The Oliver Group and Community Impact Projects, where three small groups will partner with local nonprofit organizations to help improve interior functions to maximize impact. Executive Director Mark Eddy says, ... Read More »