Leadership Development Series, Part 5: Elizabeth Goldstein

Liz Goldstein, Wendy Brooks, and Jennie Elser are shown at Junior League’s Annual Conference

The ultimate goal of the Junior League of Phoenix’s (JLP) development of women is to give them skills that can be used to further enhance the community through an ongoing ripple effect. By training women in leadership skills, we multiply their influence and impact to improve our community. Elizabeth Goldstein, incoming 2020 – 2022 Executive Vice President, outlines the impact of this training:

“Growing as a leader with the Junior League of Phoenix has given me the opportunity to continue to learn and develop skills that are transferable to the work space.  We run our organization as a business, which has allowed me to work on high level projects, including developing and implementing a strategic to annual plan, budgeting, conflict resolution, people management, and public speaking.  I am very grateful to JLP for providing me the platform to hone these leadership skills.”