Prospera Business Network Update: Executive Director Transition- Thanks and All the Best to Stuart Leidner
|March 24, 2015||View for printing|
May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds. ~Edward Abbey
I am writing to announce a transition at Prospera Business Network. Stuart Leidner, our Executive Director, will be relocating to Anchorage, Alaska in May of 2015 to join his wife who has been offered a career opportunity with the National Park Service. Since December 2009, Stuart has been a steadfast leader committed to the success of Prospera and the communities served by our organization. His stewardship over the last six years has helped Prospera evolve substantially in order to meet the changing needs of our region, and we have been fortunate to have Stuart at the helm. The Prospera staff and Board of Directors wish Stuart safe travels to the last frontier, and all the best in the next chapter of his career.
We encourage you to review the job announcement http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001ohTs0 ... ITbRTYMrzRw== and to share the application opportunity https://www.prosperabusinessnetwork.o ... edium=email detailed on our website with your contacts.
As always, we are unwavering in our commitment to continuing our mission to advance, challenge and inspire our regional business communities. Thank you for your continued support as we move ahead with helping business prosper. We look forward to updating you on our search process and Stuart's transition.
President, Prospera Business Network Board of Directors
You have guided the Bozeman area through an incredibly period of growth and success. I know I join all of Montana in thanking your for your spirit, innovation and love of The Last Best Place.
All the best in your new opportunities.
We know you'll be back some day.
It has been very, very good working with you these last few years. I wish you the best in your next adventure!
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