CLICK HERE to see information about the Class of 2022 small group projects.
Katherine Berdy to serve as new director of Youth Leadership Forum Katherine Berdy has been named as the new director of Youth Leadership Forum, effective July 1. Berdy was selected following a thorough search by members of the YLF Steering Committee, a dedicated group of volunteers and alumni who guide and advise the program.
Join us on May 12th from 5-7pm at the Birmingham Zoo for a Leadership Birmingham reunion and celebration of the end of the year for the Class of 2022. More details and a link to register coming soon.
You may have seen the al.com story published on October 27 that shows a bodycam video of a Jefferson County Sheriff’s deputy reviving a one-year-old child from an accidental overdose. The little girl survived. In the video, you can see the Jefferson County Department of Health’s (JCDH) logo on the naloxone kit the deputy used to revive the child.
Click here to see photos from the Opening Retreat Breakfast at Protective Stadium with Dr. Selwyn Vickers from UAB Medicine.
Bookmark This Page Alumni share the books and podcasts that move and motivate them Lauren Schwartz (’15) Executive Director Collat Jewish Family Services Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End, by Atul Gawande. “Dr.
Past as Prologue Alice Bowsher shares Alabama’s stories In the 1970s, the people of Birmingham realized they were in danger of losing their historical treasures forever. Terminal Station had been demolished, and Sloss Furnaces had narrowly avoided the same fate.
The Lessons of Youth YLF alumni compare key takeaways across decades This spring marked 35 years since the first class of high school sophomores and juniors graduated from Youth Leadership Forum (YLF). Since then more than 1,200 students have gained a deeper knowledge of the Birmingham region, learning what makes it tick, what hurdles it faces, and how to take their places alongside the community’s decision makers.
“It Starts with a Conversation” Targeting racism, one discussion at a time A constant cycle churns throughout American history, says Jarvis Patton (’14). It begins with an injustice tied to race that sparks public outrage.