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October 12, 2020 34 min

Community leadership is not about managing, dictating, or imposing your own ideas onto others. It is improving social capital and idealizing change through community-forward grassroots efforts. Join Kyle Miller and Gaston D’Alessandro as they uncover how to flex a different set of leadership muscles to help bring our communities together during an unprecedented time where they need it most. 

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