The North Texas Commission’s roots are deep in collaboration – from launching airports to winning Super Bowl bids. We know the power of the people of North Texas.
Leadership North Texas
As North Texas’s graduate-level, regional leadership program, Leadership North Texas (LNT) is the most instrumental way we foster regional collaboration. Launched in 2009, alumni include numerous state and local elected officials, business and community leaders and higher education executives. CLICK HERE for more information on Leadership North Texas or contact Kimberly Walton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leadership North Texas University
Leadership North Texas University (LNT U) was developed by the LNT alumni as an effort to educate the region’s next generation of leaders on the inner workings and facets of North Texas, to demonstrate the best practices of regional stewardship and to provide knowledge and resources on the challenges that face our region. LNT U creates a hub of Millennial ambassadors that give a voice to their generation as we plan for the future. CLICK HERE for more information on LNT U or contact Kimberly Walton at email@example.com.
Project North Texas
The nature of the North Texas Commission lies in people doing things together they could not do alone. Project North Texas (PNT) brought together more than 150 business and community leaders, elected officials and higher education executives to discuss the region’s opportunities and challenges. From there, PNT Communities of Practice were activated on issues including Infrastructure, Leadership, Education and Healthcare. Fill out the form below for more information on our Communities of Practice.
NTX Apps Challenge
In 2014, the North Texas Commission launched the first regional apps challenge. A 12-week competition, NTx Apps Challenge brought together the region’s brightest innovators and entrepreneurs to fulfill app needs in water conservation, waste and recycling, energy conservation, alternative fuel vehicles and Internet of Things (IoT). The first NTx Apps Challenge was supported by the City of Dallas, the City of Denton, Gemalto and Garrett Boone. CLICK HERE for more information in the NTx Apps Challenge.