Two Clovis businessmen will participate in leadership program
September 29, 2009
Two Clovis businessmen will participate in the Leadership New Mexico Core Leadership Program.
Jim Sours, market president of First Community Bank and Clayton Stallings, owner of Heritage Southwest, are among a group of 42 leaders selected from across the state.
Participants in the 10-month program are exposed to topics such as health and human services, economic development, education, environment, natural resources government and crime and justice, according to a press release from Leadership New Mexico.
The program is open to all citizens of the state. Employers, community organizations, local leadership programs or individuals can nominate candidates who demonstrate outstanding leadership, the release said.