This Valentine's Day, show your love for the Eastside community by attending Leadership Eastside's "State of
the Eastside Luncheon," at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue. This annual event brings together the leaders, movers, and shakers of east King County for
an hour and a half of engaging and informative discussion. Together, the attendees will generate a community report which evaluates how the Eastside is currently faring in seven separate areas: arts & culture, basic needs, education, environment, health & wellness, economy, and neighborhoods & community.
Led by LE president James Whitfield and a panel of local leaders, this event aims to facilitate discussion by, for,
and about the community. This year's panel includes Rep Larry Springer, Bob Wallace of Wallace Properties, and Putter Bert, E.D. of KidsQuest Children's Museum. The luncheon is open to the public and will be held at 12:00pm on February 14th, 2013. Tickets are $35 and reservations can be made at http://2013sotesluncheon.eventbrite.com/#
Following the luncheon, LE will publish the “2013 State of the Eastside” report. If your company or organization
would like to contribute information on how your sector is doing, or emerging issues you are facing to this important, locally dedicated document, please
Sincere thanks to our Event Sponsors who have made an investment in our community: AAA Washington and The Seattle Foundation. Leadership Eastside also thanks our Supporting Sponsors, Cleanscapes and Cascade Water Alliance.
Nominations for next year’s Leadership Enrichment Program are now being accepted! To nominate a
leader or to apply for next year’s Enrichment program, please visit www.leadershipeastside.com.
Leadership Eastside is an inclusive organization that promotes connections, and develops and enriches leaders while serving as a catalyst for communities to address important issues and meet the challenges of a diverse and dynamic region. With more than 400 alumni of the
Adaptive Leadership Development program, its new Executive program “Insight”, and various community partners that represent the entire east King County
region, members of the LE network are making a significant impact on the Eastside. More than 140 Eastside organizations are currently benefiting from LE
members’ volunteerism serving on nonprofit boards, commissions, and chambers and 18 program participants who are holding or sought public office.