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RALEIGH — The application period for the NC Rural Center’s upcoming Homegrown Leaders training in Lumberton this June is now open for individuals who live and/or work in the following counties in Eastern North Carolina: Columbus, Bladen, Hoke, Richmond, Robeson, Scotland, Brunswick, New Hanover, and Pender counties.The application closes on Friday, May 13, 2022. 

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Our featured leading lady today grew up in Rockingham and has become one marvel of a woman in business, education, medicine, research, and many other leadership posts.

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Our featured leading lady today, Christy English Land, whom many of her coworkers lovingly refer to as the First Lady of FirstHealth Richmond, moved into a new leadership role on Feb. 21, 2022 as the president of FirstHealth's Southern Region and administrator of Moore Regional Hospital-Richmond.  

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PEMBROKE — UNC Pembroke Student Body President Dana Hunt-Locklear has been elected as co-chair of the Student Body Presidents Council for the UNC Association of Student Governments. 

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PINEHURST — FirstHealth of the Carolinas has announced its 2021 Nursing Leadership Academy graduates. 

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PEMBROKE — Taja Glasco struggled to find her footing when she enrolled at UNC Pembroke following her career as a pharmacy specialist in the Army. 

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PEMBROKE— UNC Pembroke assistant professor Camille Locklear Goins is eager to return to the classroom this fall and is especially looking forward to the opportunity to implement practices and skills she gained as a participant in the Transformative Educational Leadership Program. 

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The chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan is a brutal reminder of the lack of leadership in America now. Much of the blame falls on President Biden. Yet, given the U.S. failed at an orderly retreat after its 20-year endeavor —not to mention over $1 trillion in spending on Afghanistan — a perfect symbol for an even broader leadership collapse emerged.

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PEMBROKE — Two cabinet-level administrators at UNC Pembroke have been selected to serve on the state’s premier leadership engagement programs. 

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RALEIGH — SECU Foundation is working with the North Carolina Alliance for School Leadership Development and the North Carolina Principals and Assistant Principals’ Association to help increase leadership capacity among practicing school principals through a new initiative called the Distinguished Practitioners Network.

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