This gathering gives UA residents an opportunity to meet and question local community leaders and candidates for UA City Council and UA School Board.
This is a free event open to the public.
“With four UA City Council seats up for election and two UA School Board seats open, as well as other issues on the ballot, this proves to be an active and exciting election year.” says Thad Boggs, Leadership UA Board President. “We urge all UA residents to be informed about the candidates running for office and we are pleased to provide this opportunity for our residents to meet the candidates in person and ask important questions.”
Candidates running for office are:
UA School Board Candidates: Two candidates running for two open seats – Carol Mohr (Incumbent), and Scott McKenzie.
UA City Council Candidates: Eight candidates running for four open seats – Michaela Burris, Brian Close, Bob Foulk, Omar Ganoom, Kip Greenhill (Incumbent), Michelle Hoyle, Jim Lynch, and Lowell Toms.
The event is scheduled as follows:
6:00 to 7 PM – Informal open house in the lobby of the Upper Arlington Municipal Building. We urge the public to attend to take advantage of this opportunity to meet their local candidates and community leaders face to face. Leadership UA has invited all candidates for City Council and School Board to participate in our open house. In addition, the UA School Bond/Levy committee will have representatives in attendance.
7 to 9 PM – A moderated question and answer forum with the local candidates will occur in the Council Chambers. Candidates for the Upper Arlington School Board and the Upper Arlington City Council will be participating in this forum. The question and answer session will be moderated by Kurt Ludlow, local news anchor for ABC6/Fox 28.
Leadership UA is committed to providing our community with opportunities to interact directly with their elected officials. We invite you to submit your questions for the candidates to be posed during the Q&A panel discussion by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or click here, no later than 5pm October 18th.
Leadership UA – where leaders grow!
Leadership UA educates, engages and inspires current and emerging leaders to take an active, effective role in our community. Established in 1988, Leadership UA provides programs that strengthen leadership skills, broaden understanding of local issues, and connect participants with others in the community.
Leadership UA offers two courses: an Adult Program and a Youth Program. Each course provides community information and leadership skill development.
Leadership UA also recognizes individuals for their outstanding community service through our two annual service awards: our Exceptional Leader Award and our Distinguished Alumni Leader.
Leadership UA sponsors events designed to encourage open community dialogue and community participation such as Meet the Candidates Night, Community Night, Leadership Panel, and Conversation Arlington.
Read more about Leadership UA using the following links: