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Orlando New Leaders Council Fellowship Day 2015

The New Leaders Council of Orlando is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, founded to recruit, train, and promote the next generation of leaders.

The organization unites a coalition of emerging young leaders from business, finance, media, education, science and technology, politics and government, and the non-profit sector into a progressive network that helps create and shape policy, builds new business and civic structures, and works to affect change in the local community.

Proceeds from this event benefit the New Leaders Council of Orlando and Second Harvest Food Bank's Catering for Good program. Your tax-deductible donation is an investment into the youth, for the future of our community.


 

2015 NLC Fellows Fundraiser Guest Speaker 


kay rawlins orlando city soccerKay Rawlins, Director of Community Relations, Orlando City Soccer Club

A former teacher, Kay is strongly committed to volunteering and ensuring the involvement of Orlando City Soccer in various charities, including ROCK, Easter Seals, New Image Youth Center, To Be Kind and Children's Home Society of Florida. Kay has served as a board member for the Center for Child Protection and looks forward to continuing to champion children. She is married to Phil Rawlins, owner of Orlando City Soccer. She also heads up the Orlando City Foundation, and serves on the board for Rethink Homelessness, the Community Leadership Council for the Howard Phillips Center and the advisory council for Fifth Third’s “Summer of Dreams. For more information on Orlando City Soccer Club, visit www.OrlandoCitySoccer.com

 

 


2015 NLC Fellows

Yulissa Arce | Andrew Bell | Marissa Corrente | Clifford Davy | Chris Donnell | Clayton Ferrara | Morgan Harvey | Ali Kurnaz | Domenico Laurenza |  Ricky Ly | Whitney Magers | Jerry Pena | Leland Taylor | Robert Walters | Leslie Wolcott 

2015 NLC Fellows Honorary Host Committee

Florida State Senator Darren Soto | Orlando City Mayor Buddy Dyer | Former State Representative Linda Stewart | Orange County Tax Collector Scott Randolph | Orlando Tech Association President Orett Davis | League of Women Voters Natural Resources Chair Chuck O’Neal | Chairman of the Soil and Water Conservation District Eric Rollings | U.S. Congressman Alan Grayson District Director Susannah Randolph 

 


 

When:
June 09, 2015 at 6pm - 8pm
Where:
Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida
411 Mercy Dr
Orlando, FL 32805
United States
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Get your tickets now.

$5,000.00 Institute Funder Sponsor
Provides two scholarships for chapter, funds an Institute; NLC website recognition as an Institute Funder; invite to NLC National events; 15 tickets to Fundraiser on June 9; engagement w/ prominent special guests at event; sponsor logo displayed at event.

$1,000.00 Ambassador Funder Sponsor
Funds One Weekend for a Chapter Institute; NLC website recognition as an Ambassador Funder; 6 tickets to NLC Fundraiser on June 9th; engagement with prominent special guests at June event; sponsor logo displayed at June event.

$500.00 Fellowship Funder Sponsor
Funds a trainer for one weekend for a chapter Institute; NLC website recognition as a Fellowship Funder; 4 tickets to NLC Fundraiser on June 9; name displayed at June event.

$250.00 Community Funder
Funds training materials for NLC institutes (books, guides, etc.); NLC website recognition as a Community Funder; 2 tickets to NLC Fundraiser on June 9; name displayed at June event.

$25.00 General Admission Ticket

 
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