Leadership Palm Beach County has a rich history of community stewardship.


LPBC welcomes its 30th class.


LPBC celebrates 30 years in Palm Beach County


LPBC alumni spearhead a community-wide ethics initiative to address the county’s perceived culture of corruption. The resulting committee of concerned alumni authored the “Palm Beach County Ethics Pledge,” which was signed by over 100 elected officials.


In response to a need for voter education and information, LPBC collaborates with other prominent State and County organizations to host the "Dare to be Aware" Candidates Forums.


LPBC establishes Board Connection, a national pilot program to identify, train, and place diverse candidates on nonprofit boards.


LPBC coordinates the first Youth Leadership class, adapting our leadership concept to high school students.


LPBC offers the first FOCUS program to help key executive broaden their knowledge of the county in a short period of time.


LPBC is the lead organization in creating the Palm Beach County Health & Human Services Planning Association.


LPBC co-hosts Florida State Legislative Day.*


Local chambers and a group of business people form LPBC’s Board of Directors, and 39 community leaders become the inaugural adult program class.


Leadership Palm Beach County is initiated as a local affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce by a joint task force of local chambers including Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Boynton Beach, North Palm Beach and Palm Beach Gardens.


*Although LPBC does not take positions on political issues, it has provided forums for dialogue through a variety of community initiatives and educational events.