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The Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce is now accepting applications to its Leadership Albuquerque Class of 2019. The class of 2019 will mark the 35th year for this flagship program of the Chamber.

Leadership Albuquerque is a robust program which goes far beyond teaching basic leadership skills and common practices. Program participants spend 10 months learning from subject matter experts, including CEOs, cabinet secretaries, elected officials and other senior level executives, about the most important issues facing the community.

These indispensable opportunities come through several meticulously planned monthly events where program participants get to engage in direct discussions with these influential newsmakers on the most relevant issues. Program-day topics include, but are not limited to: education, public safety, entrepreneurism, government, healthcare, and downtown.

Year after year the most talented leaders enroll in the program, and, because of this tradition, participating organizations can expect to also benefit from the exclusive and deep-seated network forged by the class members who are accepted. Class size is limited to 40 per year.

For more information about the program or to download the application, visit the Chamber's website: http://www.abqchamber.com/Leadership_Albuquerque.aspx

About the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce
The Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce mission is to make our community a place where businesses can grow and prosper, where people want to raise their families and where tourists want to visit. As the voice of business since 1917, we envision New Mexicans living in safe neighborhoods, working in rewarding careers at thriving businesses, while their children attend great schools, and enjoy their leisure time in one of the most beautiful regions on Earth. More information about the Chamber is accessible online at www.abqchamber.com.

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