LeadingAge California is comprised of nine geographic regions. Each region has a Region Committee made up of elected officers who volunteer their time to organize quarterly Region meeting events, create support for grassroots advocacy, assist with member engagement and recruitment, and provide opportunities for leadership development and networking.

You can view the calendar on the LeadingAge website to see when your local region is hosting its next meeting. Region Meetings are open to all members, including residents and student members. Attendees will hear announcements from the association, network with other LeadingAge California members and listen to a presentation from a featured guest speaker. Most meetings offer one or two hours of CEU credit with breakfast or lunch provided. Meeting fees may apply.

How Do I Become a Region Leader?

To get involved as a Region Leader, contact your local region officers from the Region Leader Directory.  


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Region Map

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