Law administrator to chair Leadership Raleigh class

RALEIGH – Campbell Law Director of Development David Bohm has been tapped to serve as chair of the 37th class of Leadership Raleigh. Bohm, who recently graduated from the program’s 35th class, was tapped by organizational leaders to serve as chair for the upcoming class.

“The Leadership Raleigh program has introduced me to an overabundance of amazing people and nonprofit organizations that are dedicated to making our community a better place,” said Bohm. “I am committed to raising the bar of the program to ensure that the participants receive a deeper understanding of our community and how they as leaders will be able to provide a greater direct impact through the many nonprofit organizations in our area.”

An exclusive nine-month program organized by the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Raleigh prepares the leaders of tomorrow by establishing an in-depth view of community issues, developing leadership skills, and exposing participants to community involvement opportunities.

Bohm joined the Campbell Law administration in May 2016. Prior to Campbell Law, Bohm served as the assistant executive director of the North Carolina Bar Association since 2008. Extremely active in the community, he sits on the Saint Mary’s School Board of Visitors, and the board of directors for the City of Raleigh Museum, Wheels for Hope, Dorcas Ministries, and YMCA Y Guides Nation’s Officers.