For 37 years Legacy’s staff and associated trainers working in Teams of Excellence™ have designed programs that are culturally sensitive and practical, with an evidenced based approach toward improving lives. Legacy’s customized training programs increase the potential for success while helping to build capacity of local communities.
Legacy’s global network of well-placed and highly respected young professionals and social entrepreneurs in governmental and non-governmental sectors are a springboard for program expansion and scalable project models.
Teams of Excellence™ have helped build more than 200 small and large companies and organizations in over 15 countries. Download Brochure
- Moroccan Public health program reduced dysentery in one village from 56% to 17% in 6 weeks
- 82% increase in productivity and new services for 212 Russian and Ukrainian business entrepreneurs
- Moroccan Legislative Fellow wins the Access Innovation award for training Women Parliamentarians using social media as a tool for political empowerment.
- 150 young women gain tools to support other women in dialogue on domestic violence in Egypt
- Ukraine NGOs deliver effective campaigns for grassroots legal education, anti-corruption measures, and increasing adoption rates
- One woman leader in Kyrgyzstan trained 16 others that brought people from eight villages with prior history of conflict together for peacebuilding.
- Over 200 Indonesian students and teachers coordinate community development projects affecting 4000 people.
- Over 200 Iraqi youth and youth workers develop leadership and dialogue skills resulting in more secure and stable local communities.
- Legislative Fellows in Egypt participate in drafting a new Constitution
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What are Teams of Excellence? An Overview
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An Invitation to Join a Team of Excellence
For questions and additional information, please contact: Marlene Ginsberg, Vice President/Professional Programs 540 297-6025 skype: marlene_ginsberg