For more than four decades, Greater Tucson Leadership (GTL) has inspired local professionals to step up more confidently into community leadership roles. In its 42-year history, GTL has graduated more than 1,000 local leaders from its flagship program LEAD Tucson, and in 2021 the organization completed a community impact study to find out how alumni are serving the Southern Arizona Region. This presentation shares the results of that impact study and highlights the important role community leadership programs play in building thriving communities.
Kasey Hill ~ Biography
Kasey Hill became the Chief Executive Officer of Greater Tucson Leadership in July 2016. Prior to that, she served as communications director for Develop Danville — a public-private economic development organization in central Kentucky.

Kasey is a Kentucky native and received recognition as a Kentucky Colonel in 2015. Kentucky Colonel is an honorary commission given by the governor of Kentucky to individuals noted for their public service and their work for the advancement of Kentucky. She is a graduate of two community leadership programs and currently serves as President of the board of directors for the Roots & Roads Community Hospice Foundation (formerly Casa de la Luz Foundation). She is a 2020 recipient of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber's 40 Under 40 awards. In the spring of 2021, she was recognized by BizTucson Magazine as one of Tucson's 20 NextGen Leaders. She also received the Leadership Award in 2021 for SHRM of Greater Tucson’s annual Celebrating Innovation in the Workplace awards.

Kasey received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Eastern Kentucky University in 2005 and graduated from the University of Kentucky Institute for Economic Development in 2014. She is currently a graduate student in the Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Prescott College. She is a Gallup®-Certified Strengths Coach, and lives on the southeast side of Tucson with her husband, Alan, and her 6-pound Yorkshire Terrier, Thor.  
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