Leadership Spartanburg Alumni Association
Cultivating leadership in Spartanburg through connection and education
Leadership Spartanburg Alumni Association (LSAA) is a group of community leaders who are graduates of Leadership Spartanburg, a Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce program initiated in 1979.
Since 1979, over 1,400 people have graduated from Leadership Spartanburg. Our alumni are highly motivated community leaders focused on serving Spartanburg.
Leadership Spartanburg Alumni Association (LSAA) is a group of community leaders who are graduates of Leadership Spartanburg, a Chamber of Commerce program initiated in 1979. The mission of LSAA is to identify community needs and encourage the involvement of its members in civic, community and charitable organizations; to promote the education of its members in issues involving the affairs of the City and County of Spartanburg, South Carolina; and to enhance the leadership skills of its members, in order that they might better serve the community as volunteers and civic leaders.
WHAT WE'VE ACHIEVED
Connected Leadership Spartanburg Graduates through philanthropic and networking events.
Raised money and provided services for various non-profits in Spartanburg County.
Established the Brian Wofford Scholarship Program.
Provided leadership training and experience for nearly 1,400 members since 1979.
Identified organizational and individual opportunities for community involvement.
LASS 2017-2018 Calendar of Events
2017 - 2018 Board Members
Michael Clardy (Chair)
Crystal Pace (Chair Elect)
Molly Moyer (Past Chair)
Hope Center for Children
Lane Hammond (Treasurer)
Green Textile Associates, Inc.
Charlianne Nestlen (Secretary)
Coldwell Banker Caine
Music Foundation of Spartanburg
Johnson, Smith, Hibbard, & Wildman Law Firm
Palmetto State Teachers Association
Partners for Active Living
Chapman Cultural Center
Lyles, Darr & Clark, LLC
City of Spartanburg
Bank of America/ Merrill Lynch
The Forrester Center for Behavioral Health
Sherman College of Chiropractic
City of Spartanburg