New Academic Year, New Leadership

New Academic Year, New Leadership

FALLON, Nevada – LEAD Green received six resignations during this month’s Board of Directors meeting.

Garrett Kalt resigned from the office of President; Teresa Pearl Gehman resigned from the Board of Directors; Micaiah Saling resigned from the office of Vice President of Communication; Devere Karlson resigned from the office of Vice President of Development; Kiley Woolsey from the office of Vice President of Recruitment; and Robby Davis resigned from his position as Treasurer.

Second Annual Leadership Summit

Second Annual Leadership Summit

FALLON, Nevada – Designed for and inspired by the young leaders of Churchill County, LEAD Green’s second annual summit will be held on Aug 3-4 at Churchill County High School.

With “Act Local. Think Global.” as this year's summit theme, participants will engage in robust leadership development rooted in community-based action and global understanding.

Leadership Summit aimed at Cultivating Youth throughout Churchill County

FALLON, Nevada -- July 26, 2017 -- Designed for and inspired by the young leaders of Churchill County, LEAD Green’s first annual summit is to be held on Aug. 4 and 5 at Churchill County High School. The summit will empower participants to be better community leaders by cultivating a conversation with themselves and others about what drives and inspires them to create positive change.

The theme for the summit is ‘Discovering Your Why,’ allowing participants to leave with a clearer picture of their own motivations to better help them serve others.

#DonateFour Challenge

FALLON, Nevada — July 4, 2017 — Happy Fourth of July, Churchill County! Have fun, be safe, and participate in the #DonateFour Challenge. By donating $4, you will help develop the youth throughout our community.

As a newly established Nevada 501c(3), we are incredibly thankful for those who contribute financial support. Our team is composed of non-paid volunteers and donations will assist in the production of our first annual Leadership Summit (August 4-5th).

Fallon native launches non-profit organization aimed at developing youth leaders throughout Churchill County

FALLON, Nevada – June 28. 2017A non-profit organization dedicated to cultivating high school students in Churchill County through leadership, education, awareness, and development (LEAD) began February 1.

Garrett R. Kalt, who graduated in 2014 from Churchill County High School, launched the Nevada 501c(3) non-profit, also known as LEAD Green, with the help of community leaders.