NC Institute of Political Leadership Graduates 55th Class of Fellows


NC Institute of Political Leadership Graduates 55th Class of Fellows

Pictured: L-R, Mary Allison Yancey, Norlan Graves, Mark Frietch, Sandra Brown, Lynn Taylor, Corinthia Lilley, Chris Jones, Sarah Lanier and James Gailliard
Not pictured: Felita Donnell.

Greensboro, NC – The North Carolina Institute of Political Leadership graduated its 55th class of Fellows on Saturday, December 3, 2016 on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

The Institute is a non-partisan, non-profit leadership organization founded in 1987 to improve the practice of democracy in North Carolina. Its mission is to educate future political and community leaders in modern campaign strategy, ethical decision making, and governance, such that its participants will have a sound grounding in ethical behavior, consensus building, and cooperative and collaborative leadership. No other program in North Carolina offers such a comprehensive curriculum in strategic non-partisan political leadership development.

Fellow, James Gailliard, delivered the invocation, followed by Fellows, Sarah Lanier and Chris Jones who delivered remarks on behalf of their class. The Honorable Henry E. Frye, Former Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court, gave the commencement speech.

NC IOPL offers two annual Fellows classes in spring and fall. Graduates of the fifty-fifth class will join an alumni network of more than 1,000 graduates of the NC IOPL Fellows Program, individuals who have served and continue to serve the citizens of North Carolina.

The graduates of the 55th class of Fellows are as follows:

Sandra A. Brown – Charlotte
Felita R. Donnell – Greensboro
Harold J. Eustache, Jr. – Winston-Salem
Mark E. Frietch – Charlotte
James Gailliard – Rocky Mount
Norlan W. Graves – Roanoke Rapids
Chris M. Jones, Jr. – Raleigh
Sarah N. Lanier – Asheboro
Corinthia D. Lilley – Sanford
Lynn P. Taylor – Raleigh/Lexington
Mary Allison Yancey – Raleigh

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