Frenship Independent School District would like to congratulate Director of Communications and Community Engagement Emily Solis on graduating from the 43rd Leadership Lubbock program.
On Thursday, November 7, the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce held a graduation ceremony to recognize the 60 students from various local businesses and organizations including our very own Solis.
This year-long program focuses on developing leaders throughout the South Plains and provides the students with a better understanding of local industries and economic drivers such as healthcare, agriculture, education, government and much more.
“Participating in Leadership Lubbock afforded me the opportunity to gain knowledge about our city, network with an elite group of professionals, and grow as an individual,” said Solis. “It was a true honor to graduate from a program with such a rich history and proven success in producing Lubbock’s next generation of leaders. I was very humbled to be included and so grateful for the experience.”
In order to be selected for Leadership Lubbock, prospective students must submit an extensive application highlighting their leadership capabilities and dedication to serving the community. Over the last several years, Frenship is proud to have had several staff members such as Solis go through the esteemed program as the District strives to continue empowering and equipping employees to better serve Frenship families.
Macy Lopez, the Frenship Communications Department Media Manager, has been selected for the upcoming 2020 Leadership Lubbock class.