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CIty Leadership at Crosstown Concourse

Our New Home at Crosstown Concourse

On May 1st City Leadership left our downtown home and moved to Crosstown Concourse. At the corner of Main and Peabody, we’ve had the privilege of being in the thick of rich Memphis culture. We’ve watched our team grow in numbers and capacity and it’s...

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Video & Photo Gear For Sale (updated)

The City Leadership video team is letting go of a few beloved items that have served us well over the last few years. Some of this is video-specific, but some can be used for photography, and there's even some computer gear that anyone could appreciate! Check...

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Hate Speech Has No Place Here

We get to focus on the good in Memphis. We get to promote the growth and the possibilities, and we get to talk about the extraordinary people who are doing the hard work to make this city better and stronger. Sometimes, we get called cheerleaders or...

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Neighborhoods USA 41st Annual Conference

Neighborhoods USA is giving Memphians a chance to collaborate by hosting their annual conference in Memphis this year. The organization is a national non-profit that is committed to building strong communities and strengthening neighborhood organizations. When: May 25-28 Where: Cook Convention Center The annual conference will give an opportunity for Memphians from all...

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Who’s the Brightest Company in Memphis? Find Out!

Impact America is hosting a trivia competition to give companies and organizations in Memphis a chance to battle for bragging rights, support their favorite nonprofit, and support the work that Impact America does in our city. This is the inaugural Memphis' Brightest Company Competition. Company's will battle it out...

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Hi, I’m Lisa Williams

Hi, I’m Lisa Williams and I’m the new public relations coordinator for City Leadership supporting Choose901, Teach901 and Serve901.   I’m a native Memphian who grew up in Whitehaven. I attended Overton High with some phenomenally talented people. I headed to Mizzou for undergrad and checked in...

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Get Involved: Work Life

The Chalmers Center, Advance Memphis and Jobs for Life are partnering to teach church and ministry leaders how to equip underprivileged people with job training that helps them flourish. Work Life is a biblically integrated job readiness program for people from generational poverty that provides practical...

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