Training the Next Generations to Preserve the Culture
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, January 28, 2015 (Cincinnati, OH): Launched this week by an energetic team of politically-minded young conservative leaders, Forge Leadership Network is now in place to equip dynamic students to impact the public square. Forge is established to identify, train, mentor, and connect the next generation of principled leaders from Ohio and the surrounding Midwest.
“We must begin now to prepare up-and-coming generations to competently address threats such as attacks on the sanctity of human life, religious liberty, and the judicial process,” said Paula Westwood, Executive Director, Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati. “The Forge Leadership Network is an impressive resource for students ready for this decisive action.”
Beginning with the first Forge Leadership Summit this coming July, Forge will equip students ages 16-24 to engage the culture at large by teaching them the policies, processes, and practical skills necessary to defend and preserve just values in government and society.
Forge Leadership Summit is a once-in-a-lifetime experience with lasting influence. Summit applications are open now to interested students; limited openings available. See ForgeLeadership.org
Contact: Adam Josefczyk, Executive Director
Forge Leadership Network