November’s Community Leadership Series luncheon is titled, “Serving the Women Who Served,” and is hosted in recognition of Veterans Day. The event will feature speaker Michelle Loposky, Director of Development and Strategic Partnerships at the Pat Tillman Veteran’s Center at Arizona State University.
This event is free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to attend.
About the speaker:
Michelle Loposky is the Director of Development and Strategic Partnerships at the Pat Tillman Veterans Center at Arizona State University. Her work includes strategic communication focused on building strong partnerships and collaboration across the ASU enterprise. Loposky also works with various outside organizations and individuals to implement a federated approach in support of student veterans and military-connected learners.
Loposky has served four years in the Army as a combat medic. She was stationed in Fort Hood, TX, part of 61st Aerial Support Medical Battalion.
After service, she earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Miami (FL). Prior to working at ASU, Loposky worked at UA College of Medicine-Phoenix and NYU. She has been working at ASU since 2015.
Loposky serves as chair of ASU’s Salute to Service and leads ASU’s participation in the annual Pat’s Run. She is also the recipient of the 2023 Woman of Inspiration Award selected by the University Career Women at ASU.
About the Community Leadership Series:
This monthly series highlights woman leaders in our community, providing a platform for connection, learning, and growth as speakers share their stories, leadership development tips, and area-specific expertise.
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