Baker College of Clinton Township President Receives 2010 Leadership Award

August 04, 2010

Donald R. Torline, Baker College of Clinton Township president, is the recipient of the 2010 Leadership Award. Presented by Leadership Macomb, the award is given to an individual who has demonstrated outstanding leadership skills in Macomb County.

“In addition to being a strong supporter of our organization for many years, Don is an incredible role model for established and future leaders,” said Karen Smith, Leadership Macomb executive director. “He demonstrates this consistently through his work at Baker College of Clinton Township and through his involvement in various community organizations and county initiatives. He is truly deserving of this award.”

Leadership Macomb is a non-profit organization that serves community leaders who want to gain a better understanding of Macomb County so they can take a proactive role in the future growth of their organization and the community to ensure that both thrive in today’s fast-paced and ever-changing business environment. The organization’s nine-month program brings together leaders from numerous institutions, disciplines and geographic areas to strengthen leadership skills, develop long-term business relationships and obtain in-depth information about Macomb County. Since its inception, approximately 450 individuals representing more than 100 organizations have participated in the program.

“I am honored to receive this prestigious award and proud to be a part of this outstanding organization as it continues its mission to produce a network of informed community leaders who understand the roles and relationships of people and systems that support and sustain our community,” said Torline.

A former Leadership Macomb board member, Torline recently began another 3-year term.

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