Leadership Academy

 


2022 NASBLA Leadership Academy
Lexington, Ky. | June 5 - 10, 2022

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NASBLA is pleased to announce the 11th Leadership Academy, designed to foster future leaders within NASBLA and develop members for further recreational boating safety and security community leadership. 

The NASBLA Leadership Academy is designed to create learning opportunities where participants experience events with others, actively participate in dialogue, visually see examples and connect with peers as a cohort learning.

This program seeks to develop a broad understanding of our diverse community while offering unparalleled opportunity to interact with other new BLAs and those in leadership roles from a wide variety of backgrounds. NASBLA Leadership Academy graduates will be well-prepared for service and leadership within their state, NASBLA and the National Recreational Boating Safety Community.

NASBLA Leadership Academy 2022 DRAFT Agenda
 
The Leadership Academy will be held at:
NASBLA Headquarters 
Lexington, Ky. 40513
859.225.9487

Lodging: 

Residence Inn Lexington Keeneland/Airport
3110 Wall St.
Lexington Kentucky 40513

The room rate is t$96 per night, plus tax. Use the link above to get this rate.

The Academy will start on Sunday, June 5, 2022, at 5:00 pm with a welcome dinner in our office. It will end at noon on Friday, June 10, 2022. The NASBLA office is conveniently located one-half mile from the Residence Inn, a short walk.

Academy Registration:  Full for 2022
(to be added to the notification list for 2023, email ron@nasbla.org)


If you have any questions about the NASBLA Leadership Academy, please
email Ron Sarver.
"The Leadership Academy was very useful and thought provoking for me.  Through the years, I have seen bits and pieces of this puzzle we call boating safety, but to see them all come together and explained how they commingle was beyond useful to me and my career...  All the student’s skillsets were useful to the other participants in many ways.  I truly have a greater appreciation and understanding for how we can all work together and affect positive change in our states."

- Matt Majors, TN
Class of 2021