To ensure an opportunity for the newest Leadership San Antonio (LSA) cohort to gather safely amidst the current rise in COVID infections, the LSA 46 co-chairs along with Chamber leadership made the important decision to begin the year virtually. The fun virtual event was held via Zoom and included a challenging trivia game, as well as introductions and unique facts about the two co-chairs and 18 steering committee members who will spend the next year mentoring and guiding class members through the program.

The 57 class members were also able to hear from an LSA graduate who reflected on her experience while going through the program and beyond.

“Being part of LSA was a transformative experience where I had the opportunity to challenge myself and my peers by reflecting on what true leadership looks in action. Not only did we evaluate the traditional perception of leaders, but we also explored how we all can serve as catalysts for change by empowering others,” reflected Dr. Adriana Rocha-Garcia, Councilwoman for City Council District 4 and proud alumna of LSA Class 43 (LSA 300). “I hope current and future LSA members take advantage of the wealth of knowledge shared by past cohorts. Listening and learning from one another is one of the greatest ways we can all see the immense talent our city has to offer and the future they help build.”

LSA 46 looks forward to an in-person retreat mid-February and class day in March.

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