2 Day Leadership Retreat


Class 31's 2-Day Leadership Retreat in September at Mount Hermon Conference Center in Felton was sponsored by Sutter Health Palo Alto Medical Foundation.

Sutter Health Surgery & Maternity Center's CAO Steve Gray welcomed the group. Megan Joseph of the United Way and Kristen Liske of Ecology Action presented the Community Assessment Project. Sandy Lydon, Historian Emeritus at Cabrillo College, was a featured speaker and Melanie Stern presented the True Colors leadership assessment. Claire Laughlin, Cabrillo College Director of Corporate Training Services introduced the Leadership Challenge Training Program.

Class members were also treated to Mount Hermon's Redwood Canopy Zipline Tour - an eco-adventure on 6 ziplines with a fascinating educational component on the redwood canopy habitat.

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