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Tomorrow’s Leadership Council

Nurturing Future Coal Industry Leaders

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The ACC’s Tomorrow’s Leadership Council (TLC) is designed to advance and vest executive talent in the coal industry. The Council provides a meaningful opportunity for up-and-coming executives to enhance their industry knowledge and networks through projects and activities that advance industry-wide objectives as well as professional development goals.

The TLC program, which launched in 2009, has "graduated” over 110 executives from the following companies:


Ingram Barge Company
Koch Industries
Lakeland Electric
LG&E and KU Energy
Martin Engineering
Mercuria Energy Trading
Norfolk Southern
NRG Energy
Patriot Coal
Platte River Power Authority
Peabody Energy
Rhino Energy
SCH Services, LLC
SGS Mineral Services
Southern Company
Taggart Global
Union Pacific Railroad
United Bulk Terminals
We Energies
Westmoreland Coal
Westar Energy
White Energy Coal
Xcel Energy, Inc.

ADA-ES
AEP Cook Coal Terminal
AEP River Operations
AKJ Industries, Inc.
Alliance Coal LLC
Alliance Resource Partners LP
Alpha Natural Resources
AmerenEnergy
American Electric Power
Arch Coal
Arizona Public Service
Baker Donelson
Black & Veatch
BNSF Railway
Cloud Peak Energy
Crown Products & Services
CSX Transportation
Duke Energy Corporation
Enserco Energy
E.ON U.S.
Fisher Mining
Fuel Tech
Foundation Energy Sales
Global Coal Sales Group

What Activities/Events Are Planned for TLC Participants?

TLC participants receive complimentary registrations to each of the two annual strategic industry issues conferences hosted by the American Coal Council (an $850 value/conference) ~ the Spring Coal Forum (March 8-10, 2016 / Clearwater, FL) and Coal Market Strategies Conference (August 8-10, 2016 / Park City, UT). See: http://www.americancoalcouncil.org/events/event_list.asp for information on all ACC events.

Senior level executives from the coal supply, consumption, transportation, trading, consulting, and supply services industries attend these events. Each ACC event provides the latest information on critical issues impacting each of these industry sectors. 

At the Spring Coal Forum and Coal Market Strategies conferences, TLC participants attend a special 1/2-day professional development seminar - conducted by an expert presenter (a $500 value/conference). Each seminar is designed to advance professional skills in the areas of project management, communications, research, and/or presentation skills. 

special dinner for TLC participants is hosted on the opening evening of the Spring Coal Forum and Coal Market Strategies conferences for TLC participants. This dinner provides TLC members with an opportunity to network with industry peers and senior level industry and government executives who are invited to share their expertise and perspectives on the future of the industry with TLC attendees (a $150 value/dinner).

Total TLC value = $3,000

  • Spring Coal Forum                                              $850
    • Professional Development Seminar        $500
    • TLC Dinner                                              $150
  • Coal Market Strategies                                        $850
    • Professional Development Seminar        $500
    • TLC Dinner                                              $150

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The virtual TLC community meets electronically and via conference call between conferences to work on industry-wide projects decided on by TLC participants themselves, in coordination with ACC staff.

  • 2009 – Coal Fundamentals:  An Overview of Coal Supply, Consumption & Transportation: A comprehensive introduction to the coal industry
  • 2010 – Coal Unplugged: A review of the many ways we use carbon-based products for purposes other than power generation.
  • 2011 – Making Social Media Work for the Coal Industry: Using social media to advance coal-focused business communication, advocacy and community building objectives.
  • 2012 – Coal Industry Advocacy: What is being done to enhance coal’s image?: Understanding the benefits of electrification – Addressing anti-coal myths – How to share factual, balanced information on coal
  • 2013 – Coal 2040: The Future of Coal: A forward-looking perspective on the benefits and use of coal 20-25 years from now.
  • 2014 – Changing the Narrative and Moving Beyond Our Challenges: Coal as a means of development and human betterment – How we address environmental issues associated with using coal – The economic value of coal – regulatory and environmental action against coal.
  • 2015 – Coal Communications Kit: Development of a hands-on tool for anyone related to the coal sector to use in conveying key messages about the value and benefits of coal to build bridges and counter misinformation, in either personal or professional settings.

How is the TLC Structured?

The TLC is organized as an annual, calendar-year program beginning in January and concluding in December.  This one-year commitment is recommended to best benefit from the program offerings and opportunities.

What is Unique About the TLC?

The TLC is specific to the coal industry ~ the community of participants and their activities focus exclusively on coal. The program is intended to compliment other corporate leadership development programs that are designed to advance more general business skills.

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Who Should Participate in the TLC?

Entry-level staff and mid-level executives from the coal supply, consumption, transportation, and trading industries, as well as those working in companies that support these business sectors. There are no age-specific limitations ~ our participants have ranged in age from 20-something to 40-something.

The TLC program is open to all coal-related companies and organizations, with a discount for ACC member company participants.

ACC reserves the right to limit the number of annual program participants in order to offer the best possible TLC experience.

What are the Outcomes & Benefits of Participation in the TLC?

~ For Individual Participants

  • Double your value - $3,000 value in complimentary conference registrations, special dinners, and professional development seminars - for a $1,750 - $2,250 investment, plus the incalculable benefits associated with,
    • Enhanced relationships with coal industry peers.
    • Development of business skills in project management, communications, research and public speaking.
    • Enhanced knowledge of critical industry issues ~ including those impacting the many, varied sectors of the coal industry (supply, consumption, transportation, and services).

~ For Corporate Sponsors

  • Double your value - $3,000 in complimentary conference registrations, special dinners, and professional development training - for a $1,750 - $2,250 investment in your rising executive's future
  • A public demonstration of your commitment to foster and vest executive talent in your  company.
  • Reports and other products that can be used to advance coal industry interests.
  • Products that can be used to advance individual company interests ~ such as articles and case studies on exemplary corporate projects, activities and services.

Complimentary registration to ACC Spring Coal Forum and Coal Market Strategies Conferences for TLC participants.

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