Washington Memorial Chapel Announces Its 2022 Washington Memorial Heritage Leadership Forum Series

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VALLEY FORGE, PA — The Washington Memorial Chapel in historic Valley Forge has revealed details for its Washington Memorial Heritage Leadership Forum 2022. Kicking off in January, this monthly series will focus on the key lessons learned from the challenges and opportunities faced by the Founders during the American Revolution and it will emphasize their applicability to today’s challenges.

The Chapel’s preservation arm, the Washington Memorial Heritage, in partnership with historian and author David Cross of Indispensable Leadership LLC, will conduct nine learning sessions and three author events over the course of the year. These interactive sessions will be conducted, in person, at the Chapel on the second Thursday of each month starting at 6 pm. The price will be $20 per person per session; students with proof of student status will be admitted free. Subscription to all twelve events is only $200. A catered reception for participants will follow each event.

The first session, “Finding Your Calling: The Young George Washington,” will be held on January 13. The theme of the forum is “To succeed and lead in your personal and professional life, you must first find your calling.” Cross will discuss young George Washington, how he found his calling, and how others can follow his methods in doing the same.

“Finding Your Calling” will be followed on February 10 by the first in a series entitled “Washington’s Contemporaries” introducing Robert Morris. Adrienne M. Harrison, the author of A Powerful Mind: The Self-Education of George Washington, will speak at the first author event on March 10.

Further information on the series is available by contacting leadershipforum@wmheritage.org or visiting Indispensableleadership.com.

Washington Memorial Chapel is located at Rt. 23 Valley Forge Park, Valley Forge, PA.

To learn more about the Washington Memorial Chapel, visithttp://wmchapel.org/heritage/and http://www.savewashingtonmemorial.org/ to learn about the restoration campaign.

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