Crisis Center seeks board members

The Crisis Center is looking for strong, collaborative leaders who might be interested in Board of Directors membership with the Crisis Center.  Click here to view the Board Membership Information and the Crisis Center Overview Sheet. The Crisis Center exists to end domestic violence through … [Read more...]

DCCF is hiring a PT Executive Director

Executive Director (PT to FT) Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will be responsible for leading and advancing the organization’s vision, strategic initiatives and priorities. The Executive Director will be responsible for meeting the financial and operational goals of … [Read more...]

YESS Academy October 16, 2018

From Sergeant Tim Beals of Lone Tree Police Department: In years past the Lone Tree Police Department has supported and even co-sponsored the YESS Parent Academy alongside the other Law Enforcement Agencies in Douglas County.  This event is being held once again on October 16th, with a Resource … [Read more...]

Class of 2019

Leadership Douglas County - A two-year commitment that leads to lifetime connections. LDC is pleased to announce the members of the Class of 2019, who will begin their journey with a kick-off retreat in September.  We congratulate those selected to participate! Owen … [Read more...]

LDC Class of 2018 Project Benefits Stone Canyon Outdoor EdVentures

Bridging the Gap Leaving a legacy, through a significant class project, is the goal of each Leadership Douglas County (LDC) class. The LDC Class of 2017-2018 unanimously selected Stone Canyon Outdoor EdVentures for their community project in Douglas County. Located near Larkspur, Stone Canyon … [Read more...]

Leadership alumni set sights on a sustainable future

In January, the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors approved a new structure for the Leadership Douglas County organization.   A task force met in November of 2017, and a strategic planning retreat was held, facilitated by Scotty Martin of reVision, Inc. The objectives for the … [Read more...]

Developing Leaders in Douglas County

"The presentations from the panel on economic development were invaluable. What it is, how it works, and the foresight required in planning for a strong community were extremely insightful."   Renee Anderson, Highlands Ranch Metro District, Class of 2018 The LDC Class of 2018 spent December and … [Read more...]

Participate in a planning day to reboot the LDC Alumni Association.

The 2017-2018 LDC Steering Committee is hosting a planning meeting on November 28, 2017, of interested alumni who would like to be involved in re-establishing the LDC Alumni Association and setting a strategic direction for the organization's future. If you are interested in paticipating, please … [Read more...]

LDC alumni serve in positions all across Douglas County

Leadership Douglas County alumni are serving in a variety of ways across Douglas County. From volunteering, to serving on boards, commissions, committees and in elected positions, LDC graduates are giving back to their community. Here are just a few of our alumni in action: Castle Pines Chamber … [Read more...]

Praying Hands Ranch II Needs Your Help on Saturday!

Friday, September 8, 2017 - 3:32 p.m. A message from @AmyCotsworth ('15) Note: Praying Hands Ranch II was the recipient of the Class of 2016's Class Project   There have been some big changes over at Praying Hands Ranch II in the past few months. The Pedals and Hooves fundraising event, … [Read more...]