Masters Class XXIV Applications Now Being Accepted

Looking to Learn, Connect & Make a Difference in your community? Greater Naples Leadership is now accepting applications for Masters Class XXIV, which will begin in October 2019. Applications will be available from November 1 – January 15, 2019.  Selections will be announced in February 2019.

Click here to download the Masters Class XXIV Informational Brochure.


The GNL Mission

The mission of Greater Naples Leadership is to provide proven leaders with a unique opportunity to learn firsthand about the issues and needs in Collier County and to encourage the use of their skills individually and collectively in bettering the community.

The GNL Vision 

Our vision is extraordinary leadership fulfilling the nonprofit and civic needs of Greater Naples.

Greater Naples Leadership celebrates over 20 years of providing exceptional opportunities for its members to continually enrich their lives and improve their community through:

  • Unique first hand learning experiences
  • Rewarding relationships with accomplished, like minded individuals
  • Unparalleled access to meaningful board and volunteer roles

Making a Difference

    GNLer’s Named 2019 Women of Initiative Honorees

    The Women’s Foundation of Collier County has named Lynn Yaeger Davidson (XVII), Stephanie Spell (XXIII), Barbara Teaford (IX), and Susy Warren (XI), among its 2019 Women of Initiative honorees. (ladies pictured in color, in order from left to right) … Read More . . .

    Diana Riley Profiled in Grandeur Magazine

    Diana Riley (XIV), founder of Swinging With Purpose, was recently profiled in Grandeur Magazine( Swinging With Purpose has raised more than a half a million dollars for local nonprofit groups that help women, girls, and children. … Read More . . .

    Susan Suarez, Nina Gray and Chuck Carlsen Profiled in eBella Magazine

    Susan Suarez (VI), president and CEO of the Holocaust Museum and Education Center of Southwest Florida, was recently profiled in eBellamagazine.  Also featured was Nina Gray (XI), founder of Collier Resource Center, which guides people through the array of Collier County services and Chuck Carlsen (XX) for his … Read More . . .