WCU Foundation Supporters Keep Giving Back to WCU
Alumnus and WCU Foundation supporter, Joe Steinrock ’93, remains a large part of the WCU community, especially this month, as he returns to speak at the 29th Annual Student Leadership Experience sponsored by State Farm Insurance.
Graduating with a degree in Business Management and a minor in Marketing, Joe has put his WCU education to work at ADP
as a Division Vice President with the Mid-Atlantic Division. During his tenure at WCU, Joe was very involved with leadership activities like student government and has since been invited back many times to conduct seminars on leadership for students.
On Friday, February 19th
at WCU’s Sykes Student Union, Joe will present, “Why Choose me? Building Your Personal Brand”
at this annual event offered by the Division of Student Affairs, Office of Student Leadership & Involvement, and L.E.A.D. Student Organization. The goal of the session is to provide student leaders with a clear understanding of what a personal brand is and what they want to portray to those around them. Joe noted, “Not only do I hope to help WCU’s student leaders become more effective on campus, but I also intend to get them thinking about how they can best contribute in the workforce regardless of their major or career aspirations.”
Joe and his wife, Jennifer Kyper Steinrock ’92 have continuously shown their support of their alma mater. Jenn graduated with a degree in Communication Studies and has a MBA from Rutgers. She currently works at CTDI – Communications Test Design, Inc.
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Connecting Leadership to Mindfulness
Thursday, February 18, 2016 ~ 3-5 p.m.
WCU Alumni & Foundation Center
202 Carter Drive
Learn how former 76ers owner, best-selling author, and WCU alumnus, Pat Croce, uses mindfulness to hone his leadership skills.