-Lesley Brown Rawlings
New Memphis is committed to ongoing personal and professional development of participants in our various programs. To that end, we oﬀer multiple opportunities for alumni of Embark, Fellows, and LDI to optimize personal growth and maximize work-related skills to achieve your goals. Click below to learn more.
As New Memphis invests in you, our city's leaders, we encourage you to invest in the next generation. We recruit and train mentors to serve at a variety of area non-profits to mentor kids from elementary to high school, as well as college students and young professionals.
Every day, local nonprofits are making Memphis a better place – and they need talented, hard-working board members to help them take their mission to the next level. Through New Memphis' Board Training, we provide our talented alumni with the training needed to serve with excellence.
LDI 25th Anniversary Leadership Insights: Pat Hopper
Above all else, what do you believe is one key characteristic that makes a successful leader? How do you apply this in your daily life as a lea...Read more »
LDI 25th Anniversary Leadership Insights: Sarah Norton
Above all else, what do you believe is one key characteristic that makes a successful leader? I believe a leader should exhibit consistent beha...Read more »
LDI 25TH Anniversary Leadership Insights: Harold Collins
Above all else, what do you believe is one key characteristic that makes a successful leader? I listen to the experts. At this level, I...Read more »
As connectors in our city, New Memphis provides opportunities to learn more about the topics uniquely impacting Memphians and our city. To effectively make change, leaders need to understand the importance of issues facing our city. In our work to move Memphis forward, we embrace and unite people and their perspectives to inspire and build a better Memphis.