Senior Fellow Class II & former Director of Programs for the Waccamaw Community Foundation leading the program for WALF Class III, says, "If you're too busy to sign up for the ALF experience you're the right kind of leader to join us in ALF's continuing ventures to expand this evolving form of leadership - the kind of leadership that will continue to reveal new insights and possibilities throughout our communities and the world."
Sam is currently the Forester/Director for Sustainable Forestry, Center for Heirs' Property Preservation, living in Georgetown and Charleston. Sam is also on the Board of Directors for ALF National.
Senior Fellow Class III
"The ALF experience is unlike any other. I participated in ALF shortly after moving to the Waccamaw Region. The process brings together a diverse group of leaders that otherwise may have never interacted. It provides the space for those leaders to share their experience, learn about others and their challenges. It ultimately cultivates and strengthens the best resource leaders have to improve the community which is each other.
Peg is currently the Campus Director at Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics (Horry and Georgetown Counties)
Sr. Fellow Class IV, WALF Director of Curriculum
“My ALF experience not only strengthened my ability to collaborate, it showed me how strong vulnerability can be and how honest dialogue deepens relationships and fosters determination to find creative solutions. As my colleagues shared their experiences, I learned, and perhaps more importantly, as I shared my experiences, my voice and my strength as a person and as an advocate for the Waccamaw Region grew.“
As the Executive Director for the Lee Institute for over ten years, Anne has been involved in ALF, Charlotte Region and Waccamaw Region developing curriculum, recruiting fellows, fundraising and facilitating the program. Anne is currently the Executive Vice President of New Teacher Center in the Portland Oregon Area and is participating with the Waccamaw Region Chapter as the National Representative.