AANC Leadership Lyceum
AANC Leadership Lyceum
The AANC Leadership Lyceum program is a prestigious education series aimed at
identifying, training, and empowering emerging leaders within AANC.
Congratulations to the 2020 Cohort!
Chris Fortune (Red Rhino Group)
Rachel Garavito Young (Loebsack & Brownlee, PLLC)
Stephanie Hovis (Greystar)
Betsy Kirkpatrick (BG Multifamily)
Jessica Kiser (Kensington Place Apartments)
Craig Nardi (Willow Creek Properties)
Cindy Nitschke (Response Team 1 – CRC)
Jennifer Pittman (A-Venture Management)
Jay Rawls (My Niche Apartments)
Christopher Smith (Greystar)
Leah Vinansky (Powerhouse)
Stacey Wilfong (Signature Property Group)
SUPPLIERS: SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Available
*Current sponors list at the bottom of this page.
Timeline & Program Curriculum
Click the blue button below program session information.
- January 2020 - Association Management & Leadership
- March 2020 - Legislative Advocacy
- May 2020 - Leadership in Multifamily + Graduation
Criteria & Qualifications
Each Lyceum class will be a maximum of 14 participants per year.
All owner/operator Lyceum participants are nominated by their local association. AANC's President may appoint 1 additional participant, and the AANC State Suppliers Council may appoint up to 3 supplier participants.
Lyceum participants should be actively involved with their local association and have served at least 2 years on a committee. Additionally, Lyceum participants should not currently be or previously have served on the AANC Board of Directors.
There is no cost to the owner/operator participant for the Leadership Lyceum Program. There is a cost of $250 for each supplier participant.
Participants (or their Affiliate/Company) are responsible for all travel and lodging costs.
- Owner/Operator Members: please contact your local apartment association to express your interest in being nominated for the Class of 2021.
- Supplier Members: please contact the AANC State Suppliers Council to express your interest in being nominated for the Class of 2021.
Pictured are participants from the inaugural AANC Leadership Lyceum Class in 2013. (Standing the back row: Latoya Patterson, Thomas White, Maria Barker, Kym Shoults, Chris Webster, Jr., Lynn Ackerman; Sitting in front row: Susan Passmore, Ken Szymanski, Teresa Sandman)