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Three locals graduate from Snelling leadership center

AMY MASON OF Weybridge (left), Sarah Morris of Vergennes (middle) and Peg Sutlive of Lincoln (right) recently graduated from the from the Snelling Center for Government’s Vermont Leadership Institute.

WILLISTON — Three Addison County women recently graduated from the from the Snelling Center for Government’s Vermont Leadership Institute: Amy Mason of Weybridge, Sarah Morris of Vergennes and Peg Sutlive of Lincoln. The commencement ceremony was held on June 1, at Basin Harbor in Vergennes.
Mason is currently the Board Chair at WomenSafe in Middlebury. Morris is the fifth-generation host at Basin Harbor in Vergennes. Sutlive is a Literacy/Math educator at Hinesburg Community School in Hinesburg. As participants in the Vermont Leadership Institute, the three joined joined 21 other leaders from around the state for eight overnight sessions between Sept. 2018 and June.
The Vermont Leadership Institute was created in 1995 with the goal of stimulating citizen enthusiasm for and participation in public service; VLI associates engage in intensive assessment and self-reflection, learn from both each other and an esteemed faculty, and become immersed in some of the most important issues facing Vermont. Mason, Morris and Sutlive now join a professional network of over 1000 Vermont Leadership Network Alumni, including more than 550 VLI graduates who are positively influencing Vermont’s future in business, public policy, education, community development and a wide range of volunteer and non-profit sector roles.
More information on the Institute is available at snellingcenter.org or 802-859-3090.

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