ANNUAL CHAMPAGNE LUNCHEON & ALUMNI CONNECTION EVENT
Held in mid-January each year!
Join LPI Alumni and Stakeholders to network and to reaffirm your commitment to the region and your passion for leading. Know prospective LPI Program candidates? Invite them to attend!
presented by Leadership Development Initiative each May
PopUp! Pittsburgh is a 9 month long project designed to help teach leadership lessons and is undertaken by a group of high potential emerging leaders working together with a defined city neighborhood’s stakeholders that culminates in a one day experience in that neighborhood.
PopUp! Pittsburgh utilizes the neighborhood’s open spaces to surprise, engage and bring together the community’s residents and visitors in ways that encourage appreciation of the neighborhood’s assets, the event especially presents opportunities to challenge the public to see the neighborhood in new ways. We want everyone to see all the exciting and the many wonderful things happening in the partnering neighborhood.
The development, design and execution of PopUp! Pittsburgh provides these emerging leaders from our region’s corporate, public and non-profit sectors participating in the LDI cohort opportunities to hone the skills/strategies taught throughout the program which serve as the underpinning of their LDI program curriculum.
2018 was our 10th year of PopUp Pittsburgh and we were beyond excited to spotlight the Millvale community! Thank you to everyone who joined the LDI XXV class, Huntington Bank and the Millvale Community on May 5th to celebrate this innovative neighborhood.
To learn more, visit www.PopUpPittsburgh.com.
Last held November 2014
Unboxed is Leadership Pittsburgh’s innovative conference helping creative ideas emerge for future cultivation in the region. These retreats are offered on a periodic basis approximately once every three (or so!) years.
The goal of Unboxed is to push the boundaries of what is comfortable and expected; to inundate invited guests with innovative, eclectic and revolutionary ideas and to engage and encourage them to think, “why not?”
Prior conferences can also be viewed here: