On September 15, the San Diego Leadership Alliance launched a new membership initiative.
Our core program will always be our annual six-month Institute, but it can serve only a limited number of Fellows each year. Our membership program will allow more San Diegans of all ages who are committed to the values of the SDLA to participate in our programs and to be a part of our mission to develop the progressive infrastructure of our region.
Members of the SDLA receive a variety of benefits, which we expect will grow over time:Read more
The San Diego Leadership Alliance is now accepting applications and nominations for the 2016 class of the SDLA Institute. Applications will be accepted until Sunday, Nov. 1 at 8:00 p.m.
San Diego Metro released the 2015 list of "40 under 40" honoring locals who represent some of the the best and brightest minds of San Diego County. Six of the 40 honorees are SDLA Institute alumni! On September 22, 2015, Katherine Field (2010), Vivian Moreno (2010), Amanda Allen (2011), Roberto Alcantar (2012), John Greenwell (2012) and Wyn Furman (2013) will be honored during a luncheon at the Sheraton Hotel & Marina for their achievements.Read more
SDLA alumnae Amanda Aguirre Allen, Tammy Lin, and Kimberly Simms for being named among San Diego's Top Lawyers. The annual list published by San Diego Daily Transcript to honor the best attorneys in the San Diego region.Read more
Newly minted 2015 San Diego Leadership Institute Fellow, Davin Widgerow, was recently appointed by Mayor Faulconer to the City of San Diego's Community Forest Advisory Board (CFAB) after receiving a nomination by Councilmember David Alvarez.
He will join the fourteen member board to advise the Mayor on all policy issues relating to urban forestry and further the CFAB vision of creating mechanisms for establishing, advocating and stewarding, in perpetuity, a healthy urban forest.
"I look forward to ensuring that all residents of the city are surrounded by a healthy urban forest and an attractive prosperous environment," Widgerow says. He serves on the Steering Committee for Sierra Club San Diego, which is tasked with coordinating Club projects, activities, finances, and administration. He also serves as Chair of the Political Committee, which engages political candidates and environmental activists to further Sierra Club’s conservation efforts.
Davin's work as an environmental lawyer and commitment to environmental advocacy is a major gain to the CFAB and the City of San Diego