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Working Together

Changing San Diego will not come from one election, one individual or one idea. We need a broad coalition of progressive San Diegans, working together to get us where we need to go.

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Behind the Scenes for the CityBeat Cover Shoot

The San Diego Leadership Alliance was recently featured on the cover of San Diego City Beat. Here’s a recap of how that happened, and some behind-the-scene photos from the day of the photo shoot.

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We're featured in CityBeat

City Beat Article - Cover - Web ResizeToday, San Diego City Beat put San Diego Leadership Alliance (SDLA) on the cover of their magazine. We are featured in a story written by Kelly Davis on the future of the progressive movement in San Diego.

The story is posted online, and you can pick up a copy all around San Diego.

Today’s article describes the successes we have enjoyed, and the work we still have left to do.

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A Successful Day of Political and Campaign Management Training for Our Fellows

As the Co-Director of the Board of the San Diego Leadership Alliance (SDLA), I take great pride in seeing our organization’s progress and growth over these past few years. Key among that is the ongoing success of SDLA’s benchmark program – our leadership institute, conducted in conjunction with the national non-profit New Leaders Council (NLC). Through the NLC Institute in San Diego, we bring together a diverse group of progressive emerging leaders for an intensive 6-month leadership training program.

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A Lesson From Homer Simpson

Sadly, I relate to Homer many times throughout the day or week or month. Sometimes there’s so much going on that doing things that are hard just doesn’t seem worth doing. Homer gets laughs for being a dumb, lovable oaf. But, he’s also a cautionary tale that if I’m not careful with apathy I may very well end up a pudgy, donut-loving, beer-drinking, yellow-bellied, TV-addicted caricature of myself getting laughs for being a lovable oaf with four fingers. 

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