The purpose of the Northeast Leadership Forum is to enhance and promote the economic vitality and quality of life in Northeast Tarrant County.
The NLF provides leadership, forums and information exchanges for its members and acts as a catalyst for communications, collaboration and cooperation. Members in the Northeast Leadership Forum include community leaders and elected officials who have their residences, principal place of business or have a center of influence in the Northeast Tarrant County area, including but not limited to: Bedford, Colleyville, Euless, Grapevine, Haltom City, Haslet, Hurst, Keller, North Fort Worth, North Richland Hills, Richland Hills, Roanoke, Saginaw, Southlake, Trophy Club, Watauga, and Westlake.
Membership requires the sponsorship of one active NLF member. Applications are presented to the Board of Directors for approval. Dues are $150 per year and include breakfast at our general membership meetings for you and a guest. You will be invoiced upon acceptance.
*Membership is renewed annually.
2024 MEETING DATES
8 a.m. Breakfast & Program • Hurst Conference Center
Select the event link, call at (817) 283-1521, or email HEB Chamber to register.
✯ 2024 ANNUAL AWARDS LUNCHEON ✯
Date: Wednesday, April 24
Location: Hurst Conference Center
ANNUAL HEART OF NORTH TEXAS CONFERENCES
2024 HEART OF NORTH TEXAS
Friday, November 8
Hurst Conference Center
2023 HEART OF NORTH TEXAS
THE FUTURE IS NOW!
Jason McCann, CEO of Vari, Varidesk, Varispace
Click below to view the videos of our featured speakers at the 2022 annual conference.
NLF Foundation Awards $46,500 in College/Career Scholarships
SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES FOR EVENTS
Our sponsorship committee is creating a package that will allow members to make their sponsorship decisions before the end of this year for all their 2024 involvements. This packaging will provide better planning opportunities for our sponsors to schedule their participation in the Heart of North Texas, the Annual Award Luncheon, and our quarterly breakfasts.
More information will be available in the September edition of the NLF Newsletter.