Nominations open for 2023 Leadership Jackson class

JACKSON, Tenn. — Nominations are now open for the 2023 Leadership Jackson class.

An adult leadership program through the Greater Jackson Chamber, Leadership Jackson aims to empower business professionals to gain a comprehensive understanding of the Jackson-Madison County community, as well as its opportunities and challenges.

During the immersive three-month program, participants explore the city, engage with influential leaders, and take part in weekly sessions that delve into critical topics affecting the community.

Those topics include sectors such as health care, criminal justice, economic development, livability, education, and government.

A press release states that applicants must be a Greater Jackson Chamber member. A leader in their company or organization should nominate them, or they can nominate themselves if they are the primary decision maker.

The release states that due to class size, members must limit their nominations to one per chamber member.

Nomination forms can be found online at this link.

For more details about Leadership Jackson, click here or contact Director of Leadership Development, Lauren Silba, at

The 2023 Leadership Jackson class will be led by Leadership Jackson Chair Margaret Livingston of the University School of Jackson, and Vice Chair Kris Kelley of JACOA.

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