Agents of Leadership Campaign

Through monthly donations, Agents of Leadership directly support Kallion’s sustained practice of leadership development by engaging with the humanities.

Fall Circle Series

This fall, we will be hosting four different Kallion Circles!
Each Circle covers a different topic related to leadership and will be hosted by a Kallion community member. Click below to learn more about each Circle, including registration details, time commitment, and humanities artifacts.

Repairing the Social Fabric of Our Country 

Hosted By: Philippa Hughes

Kallion Board Member

Christine de Pizan’s The Book of the City of Ladies

Hosted By: Rhonda Knight

Kallion Circles Co-Chair & Advisor

Leadership for Peace and Reconciliation Using Binti and Oslo

Hosted By: Norman Sandridge

Kallion Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director

Leading with Friendship

Hosted By: Mallory Monaco Caterine

Kallion Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director

Kallion Leadership sketchbooks

An essential tool for recording your leadership journey and mapping where you want to go

Sketching leadership is a way of taking ownership of your leadership development by thinking more deeply about problems of leadership, creating a clearer and more precise vocabulary for yourself, and visualizing what your own leadership would look like once it has been informed by your sketch. Your sketches can also serve as a record and a reminder of your leadership journey. A sketchbook is thus a kind of amulet you carry with you, with the power to unlock your potential at any right moment.

This was my second International Camp for Democratic Leadership. ICDL was, most certainly, all about Democratic Leadership. The sessions provided a full range of opportunities to learn about and practice the skills necessary for both leadership and for participation in a truly democratic community.
ICDL wasn’t about plucking from ancient texts the answers to US democracy’s problems. Instead, people came to practice how to think, act, and lead when things get hard.
I have seen enough great spirits over the past three years to give me the confidence that humanity does have the capacity for a moral arc, and I am hopeful that it will continue to bend toward “creative, benevolent, and lasting improvements to our common condition.”