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University News | 12.23.19

Online Graduate Named Executive Director of Women’s Mentoring Organization

Adler University Online Campus graduate Megan Hasselroth, M.A., was recently named Executive Director at Lead(h)er, a women’s mentoring organization in the Quad Cities that matches mentor and mentee. Hasselroth was selected as the executive director after an extensive search.

“Megan’s experience, drive and vision for Lead(h)er’s future gives me great confidence in our future as the leading women’s mentoring organization in the Quad Cities,” said Sam Schlouch, chair of Lead(h)er’s Board of Directors.

Read more about Hasselroth in the Quad City Times article, “BIZ BYTES: Lead(h)er Has New Executive Director in New Year.

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