Timeless Principles. Leaders in Action.
The Leadership Program of the Rockies (LPR) trains emerging leaders in America's founding principles--why they were important in the beginning and how they apply to the challenges of today.
Then it teaches and fine-tunes the leadership skills necessary to impact public policy.
LPR graduates choose liberty. They become a force for the timeless principles we cherish. In fact, LPR alumni have become local and national elected officials, top state leaders, federal judges, presidential cabinet members, and prominent movers in the arenas of political process, policy change, business and education.
The LPR experience is more than a one-time seminar or conference. Comprising nine full-day sessions and multiple events throughout the year, the organization is designed to have nothing less than an enduring impact on the knowledge and capabilities of its graduates -- and, fundamentally, on the preservation of the American idea.
Classes are limited to sixty-five high-caliber students selected from legal, economic, business, political, nonprofit and civic professions into a nine-session curriculum led by an elite team of local leaders and nationally recognized experts.
The result is the knowledge, tools and skills to preserve liberty.
Meet Leadership Program of the Rockies 2015 graduate Dr. Prashant Krishnan, M.D., our October 2017 Alumni Spotlight!
Prashant is a practicing physician and Vice President of Colorado Springs-based Peak Gastroenterology Associates, and also serves on the board of Castle Rock Adventist Hospital. For the last four years, Colorado Springs Style Magazine has acknowledged him as a "Top Doctor" for outstanding work in his field.
As an advocate for free market solutions to increasing healthcare costs, Prashant joined the LPR Class of 2015 to hone his skill sets in being an influencer for sound economic principles in the healthcare industry.
"LPR has given me clarity of thought, grounded in principles," Prashant says, "Now, I not only steer the direction of conversations about freedom, I also influence people in meaningful ways. LPR was a life-changing experience for me!"
Prashant continues to remain active with LPR, and is currently a Chairman's Circle donor.