Don't miss NLC's Honorary Co-Chair Senator Kaine tonight during the only Vice Presidential debate of the year.
New Leaders Council released the following memo before
NLC Honorary Co-Chair Senator Tim Kaine takes the main stage
To: Interested parties
From: Matti Miranda, Policy Director, New Leaders Council Innovation Foundation
Date: October 4, 2016
Subject: NLC’s Honorary Co-Chair on the main stage
Almost one year ago, New Leaders Council named U.S. Senator Tim Kaine as one of our National Honorary Co-Chairs. In our announcement last November, we told you about his humble upbringing and his dedication to service.
As a missionary, civil rights lawyer, teacher, and elected official, Senator Kaine has dedicated himself to his community. We are honored that one of the NLC Family has been selected as a nominee for Vice President, and we look forward to watching him tonight in the only Vice Presidential debate of the year.
Members of the NLC community have shown a deep commitment to their communities and to each other. With chapters in 25 states and members from almost every industry, NLC alumni are millennial leaders dedicated to inclusivity and opportunity. NLC leaders share the understanding with Senator Kaine that equity and access to a good education, fair wages, and jobs for all should be at the forefront of policy decisions.
With NLC at the helm of developing young professionals who will lead private businesses, nonprofits, and lead their communities, NLC’s members are taking the steps needed to build a coalition of well-trained and deeply connected progressive leaders. This year alone we had 800 millennial leaders join the over 4,000 members of the NLC Family; in the spring of 2017, we will welcome an additional new class of nearly 900 young professionals. Senator Kaine’s commitment to helping next generation leaders is why we sought him to be an Honorary Co-Chair, and NLC is profoundly grateful for the support he has given our organization.
Don't miss NLC's Honorary Co-Chair Senator Kaine tonight during the only Vice Presidential debate of the year and join us to wish him well.