Eide Bailly staff complete Leadership Billings program

2014-06-08T00:00:00Z 2014-06-12T21:10:04Z Eide Bailly staff complete Leadership Billings program The Billings Gazette
June 08, 2014 12:00 am

Victoria Copeland, technology consulting business adviser; Travis Lance, business valuation manager, and Ross McKnight, technology consulting senior infrastructure engineer, all on staff at Eide Bailly LLP, graduated from the Billings Chamber of Commerce/Convention and Visitors Bureau’s Leadership Billings 2014 program.

Leadership Billings works to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and expertise among leaders of area businesses and organizations, centered on creating leaders through community training and leadership development. The program is designed to expose emerging and existing community leaders to the issues that face the Billings region while challenging and engaging participants to strengthen the community through service and leadership. Participants in the program gain insight into the local economy; interact with business, government and educational leaders; and build and develop strong leadership skills.

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