Chester County Board of Commissioners’ Vice Chair Josh Maxwell has completed the Center for Excellence in County Leadership (CEL) program, a premier professional development curriculum administered by the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP).
The training included intense classes in leadership style, managerial versatility, interpersonal dynamics, problem-solving, and decision-making, among other areas.
“CCAP is a great organization that advocates for favorable state and federal legislation, programs and policies on behalf of Pennsylvania counties,” said Chester County Commissioners’ Chair Marian Moskowitz.
“The organization is committed to supporting effective county government, which includes rigorous leadership training for commissioners state-wide. I commend Josh for taking time to complete this course, to make himself a more highly-skilled public official in service to the residents of Chester County.”
CCAP’s 2021 CEL program was produced by York, PA-based The Professional Edge, Inc.