This Is Your Shot: Headshots & Community Impact

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This Is Your Shot: Headshots & Community Impact
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Have you taken your headshot in a while? The time is now. The Houston chapter of New Leaders Council seeks to empower the next generation of progressive leaders to take on the biggest challenges facing our communities. NLC is thrilled to partner with Project Row Houses for a very special event where you can have your professional portrait taken, review PRH’s newest Round 45, and explore the next phase of your leadership in Houston’s 2017 New Leaders Council.

Project Row Houses’ Round 45 is titled "Local Impact." It highlights the distinctive interests of seven artists deeply rooted in Houston’s arts community. Championed as one of the most diverse cities in the country, Houston has a rich community of artists and creative practitioners whose work keeps the city relevant and exciting.

* Come see Round 45 for a special extended viewing between 5pm and 6pm!
* Public Art Director Ryan Dennis and New Leaders Council Board Chair Shelby Hansen will comment at 6:30pm.
* A pro-bono professional headshot photographer will be onsite!
* And New Leaders Council board members will be available for the duration of the event at application stations to answer questions and share about the New Leaders Council’s application process before the application deadline of November 14.

**More About New Leaders Council Houston**

With 45 chapters in 25 states from across the nation, New Leaders Council Houston is part of a national network of changemakers across public, corporate, and nonprofit sectors. The New Leaders Council Institute is an intensive progressive training program consisting of 15-20 entrepreneurial professionals, from diverse backgrounds and industries, with strong progressive values and leadership aptitude. It is the premier leadership and professional development, mentoring, networking, and career advancement program for young to mid-career professionals to meet one weekend a month for five months.

You can find out more on our website
Apply here:

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**More About Project Row Houses**

Project Row Houses (PRH) is a community-based arts and culture non-profit organization in Houston’s northern Third Ward, one of the city’s oldest African American neighborhoods. The mission of Project Row Houses is to be the catalyst for transforming community through the celebration of art and African-American history and culture. Learn more at

For questions or more information, please contact
New Leaders Council Houston
Jay Mays, Alumni Co-Chair
(713) 303-8148


Project Row Houses
Michael McFadden, Communications & Marketing Manager
(713) 526-7662
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By: New Leaders Council - Houston