LHC conducted an alumni survey early last year. About 25 percent responded. Of those, 150 are involved in community organizations.
"That's pretty incredible," Rozzi said. "And that's just the people that responded. Over the next year, we're committed to trying to get a better handle on how many Leadership grads are involved in what programs."
The emphasis of LHC is all in its name - teach leadership skills and all about Hendricks County. The goal is for its graduates to take that knowledge and better serve their community.
"They've really taken that to heart," Rozzi said.
For more information, visit the website at LeadershipHendricksCounty.org.