The Leadership Longevity Fellowship (LLF) will bring together 12 mission-driven professionals across the United States for an innovative new leadership development program focused on career and life design, mental health and wellness, and creating a supportive community of peers.
This program uses a lens of longevity because we know that in order for you to do work that changes the world, you need support that helps you build lifelong skills and sustain your energy in order to continue impacting the communities you serve.
What is Included in the Leadership Longevity Fellowship?
Two in-person retreats, all expenses covered
Virtual training sessions focused on developing frontline skills such as trauma-informed care for self and others, leading with empathy while maintaining boundaries, and intersectionality with equity and cultural competence
One-on-one and group coaching from a mental health and wellness specialist
A supportive community of peers to provide a safe place to discuss current workplace issues and to promote relationship-building with fellow nonprofit leaders
Community knowledge sharing through a Community Project, which will consist of presentations of learnings back to fellows’ own communities
Networking conversations with New Sector’s diverse network of nonprofit professionals to provide opportunities for collaboration, connection, mentorship, and building social capital
Key Program Dates
January 17-20, 2023: In-person retreat and kickoff at Saguaro Lake Ranch in Mesa, Arizona
Bi-weekly from December 2022 to July 2023: Virtual workshops and gatherings
Late summer 2023, date TBD: In-person closing retreat and celebration
Saguaro Lake Ranch
Who is Eligible for the Fellowship?
The Leadership Longevity Fellowship will support leaders who:
Are currently employed full-time by a mission-driven organization that:
provides direct services or serves vulnerable or historically marginalized communities
Are currently in a “frontline” leadership role, working in close proximity to the individuals, communities, and issues that their organization serves, or a mid-to-executive level leader who has previously been in a “frontline” role
Have a total of a least three years of experience in mission-driven employment with their current organization or a previous mission-driven organization
Are at least 21 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED