Leadership Greater Huntsville Partners with Athens State University

Leadership Greater Huntsville Learning Partnership Signing

Athens State University is pleased to announce that it has entered into a new learning partnership with Leadership Greater Huntsville. Benefits of learning partnerships include a 10% tuition discount on all classes, waived application fee, and complimentary evaluation of previously earned educational credits and training/professional certifications/portfolio for consideration of transfer credit. These benefits also extend to the parents, spouse, and children of the learning partner employee/member.

Leadership Greater Huntsville is a nonprofit whose mission is to identify, educate, inspire, and connect leaders to serve the communities of Huntsville, Madison and Madison County, and the surrounding regions of Alabama. Their vision is to build a community of effective and unified leaders characterized by respect, trust and diversity, to enhance the future growth and prosperity of the region.

“In forging a partnership with Athens State University, we embrace a powerful alliance between knowledge and progress,” said Shannon Drake, President and CEO of Leadership Greater Huntsville. “Together, we open doors to lifelong learning, cultivate expertise, and empower individuals to thrive in a dynamic world. This collaboration is not just an investment in education; it’s a commitment to the ongoing evolution of our community.”

“We are grateful that Leadership Greater Huntsville chose to bring this learning opportunity to their membership,” said Dr. Keith Ferguson, Vice President for University Advancement at Athens State. “Their work in developing strong leaders through education, experience, and shared values embodies the ideals that Athens State University strives to deliver to our students.”

Leadership Greater Huntsville joins a list of other corporate partners that can be found at www.athens.edu/learningpartners.

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