Thank you for your interest in The Phoenix Leadership Project! If you have any questions about who we are, our programming, or if you're interested in bringing us to your school/club for a presentation or workshop, feel free to email us at

“It is hard for me to put into just a few words the tremendous impact that attending the Phoenix Leadership Conference (PLC) has had on my daughter. She returned from conference filled with joy and with a permanent ear-to-ear smile glued to her face! PLC provided her with a safe, fun and welcoming environment that developed her empathy and passion for helping others, gave her a renewed sense of confidence, and allowed her to grow as a leader and as an individual. Simply put, PLC made her a stronger, happier person who is ready to take on any challenge life brings her way.” – Dana Greenberg


Conflict resolution and stress management

Communication and public speaking


How to empathize with others

Time management

How to manage a team

Mental health and self care

Leadership and communication styles

Self awareness

Access to PLP's alumni network of global student leaders

15 high school volunteer hours

Access to community-based volunteer opportunities and scholarships

What participants are saying about conference...

94% of participants are more likely to volunteer after Conference

100% of participants felt they experienced growth as leaders both personally and professionally

94% of participants feel they learned more about mental health and self care

94% of participants say they now have a better understanding of how to manage conflict

“The Phoenix Leadership Project gave my daughters a chance to meet other student leaders, develop their leadership skills and become more socially conscious and aware. Through the conference programming and workshops, I have seen a marked increase in their ability to handle stress, problem solving and empathy for others.” – Parul & Arvind Sharma

“My daughter had a great time - very positive atmosphere. She came home feeling good about

herself and empowered.” – Robyn Dodge

“My daughter came back tired but glowing, inspired and excited to share her experiences.” – Sara Dimerman

“My daughter came back much more talkative. She went on and on about everything that happened. Her first words were "can I go again next year?" This is huge, since my daughter is generally a social recluse.”