Submitted by Kathy Bentz
Leadership Prince William, an organization dedicated to cultivating and connecting leaders in the greater Prince William area, announced the hiring of Glenn Vickers for the new position of program manager. Vickers begins his new role with Leadership Prince William on Wednesday.
As program manager, Vickers will join Leadership Prince William Executive Director Kathy Bentz in advancing the non-profit organization’s mission and supporting its Board of Regents.
He will assist in coordinating, marketing and developing Leadership Prince William programs, such as the Signature Leadership Class for adults, alumni engagement and continuing education programs, and a variety of special events. Vickers will also help create new initiatives to support the development and enrichment of area teens and young adults.
“Glenn will be a tremendous addition to the Leadership Prince William team,” Bentz said. “We were looking for someone to support our existing programs and help us make an even greater impact in our community, particularly with local youth. Glenn fits the bill perfectly and we are thrilled to welcome him to Leadership Prince William.”
Vickers most recently was director of operations Virginia for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington.
He brings 11 years of successful experience in strategic business development and philanthropic engagement leading boards, corporate partners and community stakeholders.
Glenn has been credited with the reopening of the General Heiser Boys & Girls Club in Dumfries Virginia; strong government relations, including the award-winning, 1,000-volunteer Big Day of Service; and as a viral marketer, leveraging private public partnerships for grant, foundation and grassroots resource development.
"I'm humbled and excited for the opportunity to work with Kathy Bentz, the Board of Regents and all of the alumni who make Leadership Prince William such a progressive organization. This is a transformational group whose alumni have already impacted our region for generations of leaders to follow," Vickers said.
Leadership Prince William’s mission is to develop, inspire and connect community leaders. Nearly 200 adults have graduated from the program and a new 35-member class will begin the program in late September.
To learn more about Leadership Prince William, contact Kathy Bentz at 571-765-7568, visit LeadershipPrinceWilliam.org or email Kathy@LeadershipPrinceWilliam.org.