“One of my core beliefs as County Executive is in the pursuit of the common good by working for and with Montgomery County’s diverse community members. And when I see organizations like Leadership Montgomery and the Corporate Volunteer Council—that live my same belief daily—coming together as one, it gives me great optimism for the businesses and citizens of our great county. I wish C. Marie Taylor and her team the best of luck with this expansion of programming and what it can mean for our county.”

Montgomery County Executive, Isiah Leggett

“At Pepco Holdings, we’re passionate about the power of smart, strategic alignments that can advance communities and the lives of those who live in them. Having the CVC-MC become a part of Leadership Montgomery will allow them to blend their existing leadership programming with volunteer programs to enrich the employees of our county’s businesses and further establish Montgomery County as a premier place to live and work. It makes for an exciting time at Leadership Montgomery and in the county.” 

Vice President, Corporate Citizenship and Social Responsibility, Pepco Holdings Inc., Debbi Jarvis

“The Meyer Foundation is proud to support organizations whose missions focus on advancing solutions to our community’s greatest challenges, and we’re thrilled when like-minded organizations and their leaders join forces to have a larger collective impact on their communities. When I learned that the Corporate Volunteer Council would become a part of Leadership Montgomery, I knew that the expansion would mean even greater cross-sector engagement, and would further enrich the lives of Montgomery County residents. I look forward to seeing how this expansion and collaboration will positively impact Montgomery County and the region as a whole.”

President and CEO, Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation, Nicky Goren