Make a Difference for Our Community

Leadership Huron County was founded in 1996 as a leadership development program whose mission is "to ensure the continuing vitality of our community by providing for a planned and ongoing source of motivated leaders who are educated on the community and its issues, and trained to accept future key leadership roles in all walks of life".

Anyone who lives and/or works in Huron County can apply for the program. Our participants represent many different professions and occupations; they come from a variety of backgrounds and educational levels; they comprise a broad spectrum of ages, interests and talents, but they all share one common goal. They are motivated to lead.

The program is a one-year commitment. Classes meet from April through December. We meet once a month in different locations around Huron County and we pursue a different theme each month.

We invite you to explore our site, and if you would like to find out more, please contact our program consultant at


28 Years of Developing Leaders in Huron County

400+ Graduated Students into Leaders



Introducing Our Program Consultant

Susan Moore

Susan Root Moore has been the Program Consultant for Leadership Huron County since she retired from education in 2015. Her passion for teaching led her to Project Leadership where her experience as an educator and as a small business owner with her late husband have fostered her enthusiasm for helping leaders in all walks of life develop their strengths.

Susan earned her B.A. in History & Political Science at Penn State University; she pursued a Master's Degree in Fine Arts at Villanova University and earned a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership and Change at the University of Cincinnati. In addition to her involvement with Leadership Huron County, she is a member of the Plymouth Village Council; a trustee of the Plymouth Area Historical Society; and a charter member of the Plymouth Improvement Committee.

Introducing Our Program Consultant