When it comes to our community, you can tell that we have a lot of people that care about each other. From the number of nonprofits assisting people everyday, to other organizations creating positive change, we have a lot to celebrate.

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What is Leadership Everyone?

Engaging and inspiring diverse servant leaders to transform the community through vision, collaboration, volunteerism, engagement, and generosity.

Through our leadership experiences (Community Leadership Program, Celebration of Leadership, VOICE) we bring together an inclusive, diverse group of people who we train in servant leadership to use their strengths and passions to form collaborative community impact movements in order to make a change, solve problems or take advantage of the opportunities in our region.

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Celebration of Leadership 2022

This is the 27th year for the awards, and the categories are packed with amazing and inspiring community members. Take a minute to look through the list of amazing people and organizations that have been nominated this year.

Photo by Will Francis on Unsplash
Photo by Will Francis on Unsplash
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Of course, we could never talk (or write) about Leadership Everyone and NOT hear from the Leadership CEO Queen herself, Lynn Miller Pease, and Regional Retail Executive for the Indiana Region and City President for Fifth Third Bank, Neely Pierce, both joined us on the MY Morning Show to remind us about the awards and how important it is to recognize these amazing people

Live on WNIN on Wednesday, March 30, 2022, at 7 pm, plus a replay at 5:00 pm on Sunday, April 3, 2022
On the Leadership Everyone Facebook page
On the Leadership Everyone YouTube channel

Get more information about Leadership Everyone: leaders@leadershipeveryone.org

38 Celebrities Who Were Born in Indiana

There are a bunch of famous folks that everyone knows were born in Indiana, but there are even more that you didn't know about. Most of this list is arranged in alphabetical order, except for the handful of celebrities born in our neck of the woods here in southern Indiana. I gotta give them a little preferential treatment.

Then & Now - Evansville's Washington Square Mall Through the Years

Evansville is home to a lot of unique buildings including the first enclosed retail shopping center in Indiana. Yes, our very own Washington Square Mall was the place to be when it opened in 1963. If you walk through the mall today, you would never guess how alive the shops were, even through the 1980s. Enjoy this walk down memory lane I've put together, and maybe someday there will be new life inside 5011 Washington Ave.

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