Attorney Sarah Jarboe graduates from Leadership Bowling Green
by Mandy Hicks
Attorney Sarah P. Jarboe graduated from Leadership Bowling Green on Tuesday, November 17. Leadership Bowling Green is a leadership development program coordinated by the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce. The program, which began in 1985, involves nine sessions, beginning with a retreat in April.
During the nine sessions, the class studies the community’s strengths and challenges through lectures, discussions, tours and role-playing activities. The goal is to gain a wide knowledge about Bowling Green through an overview of a variety of community functions.
This year’s Leadership Bowling Green class completed a beautification project at Rockfield Elementary School, adding exterior signage, benches, trash receptacles, landscaping and trees to the school property. Leadership Bowling Green also purchased signs to go outside each classroom to identify the teachers.
About Sarah P. Jarboe
Sarah Jarboe is an attorney at ELPO handling environmental and civil litigation. She is serving as Chair-Elect of the Environment, Energy and Resources law section of the Kentucky Bar Association, serves on the American Bar Association‘s Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources (SEER) Fall 2016 Meeting Planning Committee, and participated in SEER’s 2014-2015 Leadership Development Program.
Sarah is a graduate of Vanderbilt Law School, where she received the Scholastic Excellence Award in Environmental Law in 2010 for achieving the highest grade in her class and served as Managing Editor of the Environmental Law and Policy Annual Review Journal. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Louisville.