Los Alamos Police Chief Dino Sgambellone participates in a trust exercise during last year’s at LLA orientation. Photo by Martha Katko
Enrollment is open through June 25 for the Leadership Los Alamos Class of 2017 and everyone is welcome to apply.
Between now and then, the Los Alamos Daily Post is publishing a series of Q&A profiles on recent LLA graduates who talk about their experience in the program.
Leadership Los Alamos is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3), tax exempt organization founded to identify current and emerging leaders in the Los Alamos community, enhance their leadership skills, and deepen their knowledge of the challenges and opportunities facing this area.
In the Leadership Los Alamos program, participants learn as much about themselves as they do about leadership, teamwork and the community. To learn more, visit About Leadership Los Alamos and Applying to the Program.
Los Alamos Police Chief Dino Sgambellone, 2016 graduate of Leadership Los Alamos. Photo by Martha Katko
This year’s LLA Q&A profile series begins with Los Alamos Police Chief Dino Scambellone:
LLA: How many years have you lived and/or worked in Los Alamos?
Chief Sgambellone: 2.5
LLA: Why did you enroll in Leadership Los Alamos?
Chief Sgambellone: I wanted to expand my knowledge about processes within the County as well as have the opportunity to network with leaders within the community who I hadn’t yet met.
LLA: What was your biggest “take-away” from the class?
Chief Sgambellone: That there are a great many people working hard to sustain the high quality of life we enjoy here in Los Alamos.
LLA: What are you doing with what your learned?
Chief Sgambellone: Like anything, you try to apply what you learn to improve yourself; how you interact with those in your organization and with the community as a whole.