Hub community coach and resident introvert Jenny Totten just loves it when we shine the public spotlight on her! The Hub team is exceedingly proud of Jenny for her significant efforts to support community members in Southern West Virginia – and the Appalachian Regional Commission feels the same. Jenny was selected to be a part of the inaugural class of the Appalachian Leadership Institute.
Please join us in congratulating Jenny!
A little bit more about this opportunity from the ARC:
The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) announced 40 Fellows who will be participating in the inaugural class of the Appalachian Leadership Institute. The class draws on each one of Appalachia’s 13 states, and includes public policy, community development, education, investment, and other professionals who live and/or work in the Region.
“I congratulate the participants in this inaugural class of the Appalachian Leadership Institute for being selected through a very competitive process. Our hope is that this program will help them further develop their abilities in the areas of leadership and problem solving, allowing them to help bring advancement, growth, and greater prosperity to their communities,” said ARC Federal Co-Chairman Tim Thomas. “Leadership is the essential foundation on which all of our collective efforts to enhance the Region rest. I am excited by the future opportunities our Region will create, and am confident that these individuals will discover and capitalize on them.”